This pair of fabulous gate houses were a one time the entrance to Esher Place, and nestled behind the green but in front of the river is Waynefleet Tower. At this point in the buildings past it was managed by the Surrey Education Committee. Never absent, never late.
This poster “No.3; Esher” by Clive Gardiner was produced in 1930 for the Underground Electric Railways Company and features an idilic view of Esher. https://www.ltmuseum.co.uk/collections/collections-online/artwork/item/1986-47
In the Farm Road Recreation Grounds there is a full size football pitch, with goals, marking and lights that can be hired out, contact the community centre for more info.
In John Rocque’s map of 1762 you can see Lower Green’s More Lane, Lower Green Road, the River Mole and the River Ember. A prominent feature on the map is the Esher Wire Mill, off Mill Lane. Also visible is an orchard and cottages.
Visit the Police.uk website for local crime maps and information about our local police team in the Molesey and Western Green area.
In the Farm Road Recreation Ground’s you can find a skate park, it could do with a spruce up but I’m sure it’s as functional as the day it was installed.