The Slaugham Archives

Wooden bungalow in Balcombe Lane, Handcross
The Slaugham Archive
Wooden bungalow in Balcombe Lane, Handcross

In January 1988, the Evening Argus published an article about a wooden semi-detached cottage in Handcross which everyone, including the tenants, the district council and the owners, agreed was not fit for habitation.
The residence was known as 2, The Bungalow and was occupied by David Matthews, and his wife Bryony and 5-year-old daughter, Emma.
The pair of semi-detached bungalows was located in a rural location just beyond High Beeches cottages in the Balcombe Lane. They have since been demolished and been replaced by a residence with modern amenities.
The Large Version shows a map with the wooden bungalows clearly shown.
Select Open Document to read the full newspaper cutting.

View Large Version View Large Version
Open Document Open Document
Picture added on 27 May 2019 at 10:34
This picture is in the following groups
Roads - Handcross - Balcombe Lane and London Road
Please add your comments about this picture using the form below.


Your Name

Your email address - this will be shown on the page and will allow the system to notify you of further comments added to this picture.


New Community Centre in Pease PottageHandcross cricket teamBill and Bert Robinson (2 of 2)Construction of Handcross bypassSad news from Burgess HillBill and Bert Robinson (1 of 2)Nursing Association annual meeting at Parish HallTree planting in Handcross recreation groundFred and Lilian Beet golden weddingBalcombe Lane, Handcross with horse and cart