Welcome to Local Greetings Cards
Welcome to Local Greetings Cards, where you can choose a photo and choose the wording for a very unique greetings card, ideal to send to someone special.
The photos are of Caterham and surrounding areas, if you do not see what you are looking for on the site please email me, as it is possible we have the photo in our large photo library. We currently sell local greetings cards of Banstead, Beddington, Caterham, Chaldon, Coulsdon, Godstone, Kenley, Merstham, Old Coulsdon, Purley, Sanderstead, Warlingham and Whyteleafe.
The greetings card is a colour photograph mounted on cream card, the card measures 14.8cm x 21cm. It comes cellophane wrapped with a cream envelope.
Featured Greetings Cards
Here are just a small selection of the greetings cards available from Local Greetings Cards.
One of the pubs around the green, which was built in the 16th century
The High Street has changed very little over the years.
The line of Lime trees on the northern side of the cricket green was planted in 1857 at the expense of Sir George Glyn. The square of pitches was laid about the same time, as cricket in Banstead continued to flourish.
The church was built in 1864 at the foot of Whyteleafe Hill. It is one of 9 parishes of Caterham Deanery, which is part of the Diocese of Southwark.
The Doomsday book recorded a Church in Banstead in 1086 but the present building was probably erected some 100 years later. Many alterations and additions have been made over the centuries but the basic layout was established by about 1220.
The Banstead History Research Group has published the full story of the Church in a beautifully illustrated publication titled - THE HISTORY OF ALL SAINTS CHURCH BANSTEAD.