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.

Whyteleafe Tavern, Whyteleafe, Surrey
Card ID: WHY0702

This was built about 1865, and is one of the oldest buildings in the square. The car park in front of the Tavern was used for many years as a turnaround point for buses which terminated in Whyteleafe.

Harestone Valley Road (C) Caterham, Surrey
Card ID: CAT0714

Professional and businessmen from London had grand houses built in Harestone Valley Road, just one of the roads to become part of the Caterham Park Estate. The Hare Stone can be found in the grounds of Caterham School.

Winkworth Road, Banstead, Surrey
Card ID: BAN0709

Leading up to the 1930s, the narrow High Street through the village of Banstead could no longer support the traffic flow. Winkworth Road was built to serve as a by-pass, and the development included much of the housing that still fronts on to the road today

The Aerodrome, Kenley Surrey
Card ID: KEN0803

Today, exclusively the gliders of the Air Training Corps and the Surrey Hills Gliding Club use the aerodrome

St Katharines Church, Merstham, Surrey
Card ID: MER0804

This lych gate seen in this photograph sits in the churchyard of St Katherine's Church, Merstham. It is constructed from the remains of Merstham post mill, which used to stand in nearby Rockshaw Road, but had to be moved when the 'Quarry' railway line was built in 1900


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Pauline Harrison has lived in Caterham, Surrey for over 30 years. She has a strong interest in genealogy and local history... read more

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