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This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Chislehurst has changed and developed over the last century.
The Chislehurst Society was formed in 1934 as a residents association, and is now a charity with over 3,500 members. The History Group is a sub-group working to produce information on the rich heritage of Chislehurst. The society supports this publication and welcomes questions, comments and information at all times. www.chislehurst-society.org.uk. Joanna Friel is a history graduate from The University of Sheffield in 1981. Joanna has now rekindled her interest in local heritage by leading the History Group of the Chislehurst Society. Taking a particular interest in Sir John Lubbock, after whom the road she lives in is named, along with other eminent Victorians, Joanna is keen to bring the past alive for the next generation. Maureen Johnson is our technical organiser. She has lived in Chislehurst for 27 years, residing in the house where Sir Malcolm Campbell was born. Maureen is keen to research the life of a famous Methodist who once lived next door, George Chubb, 1st Baron Hayter, member of the well-known firm, Chubb Locks. Don Drage is an active and keen amateur photographer, and a member of the History Group, Don is a lifelong resident of Chislehurst.