Thames Ditton & Weston Green Residents' Association

Founded in 1934, the Association is a strong, locally based non-party-political organisation constituted to protect the amenities and furthering the interests of the inhabitants of Thames Ditton and Weston Green. We work to preserve and enhance the best in our attractive environment and the quality of life of everyone in our community.
Through regular meetings, social activities, our magazine and website we keep in touch with residents' views and we raise and spend funds for the benefit of the community, from tree and bulb planting to contesting unacceptable development projects.

http://residents-association.com/

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Cesar Picton Who was brought to Britain from Senegal in 1761 aged six and became a wealthy coal merchant in Kingston lived here 1816–1836

Picton House, High Street, Thames Ditton, United Kingdom

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Peter Willans & Mark Robinson Distinguished engineers, designed and manufactured the revolutionary central valve steam engine here at Ferry Works, founded by them in 1880

Ferry Works, Summer Road, Thames Ditton, United Kingdom

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The Foundry 1874-1976 Founded by Cox & Son Under A.B. Burton from 1897-1933 the most famous bronze statues of the British Empire including the Peace Quadriga at Hyde Park Corner were cast here.

Opp. Ferry Works, Summer Road, Thames Ditton, United Kingdom

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Hannibal Speer (born Hannibal Sandys) 1826-1915 Lord of the Manor of Weston Outstanding benefactor to Thames Ditton and Weston Green lived here

Old Manor House, Station Road, Thames Ditton, United Kingdom

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General Sir John Lambert GCB 1772 – 1847 Distinguished Commander of the 10th Brigade at the battle of Waterloo (1815) lived here

The Elms, Weston Green Road, Thames Ditton, United Kingdom

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Old Slaughter House c. 1580 Oldest secular building in Thames Ditton. Used by Royal Deer Catcher Richard Porter from 1860-1921

Stags Court, High Street, Thames Ditton, United Kingdom

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