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Report - Painshill Farm House - Cobham October 2020


LucyMarie

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After spending a while looking on maps and around the area we finally managed to find this little house stuck in the past.

This house has been abandoned since Sid the owner passed away in 1996. I have been told that cremated remains is Sid’s sister and has been sat in the house for 40 years. The land is now half owned my the council and half by Sids daughter planning permission for the land has been discussed since 2016 but hasn’t had anything confirmed yet. This has been one of my favourite places so far.
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PureFilth

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Oh wow. Fab report. I love residentials but there's something so different about this one, it feels so personal. I guess it's because you don't usually get a name and a face with a place. Top notch and respectfully done :thumb
 

Calamity Jane

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Blimey green shield stamps, I barely remember those. I sort of remember sticking them in a book for my mum and going somewhere to cash them in for something or other. What or where they came from I cant remember.
 

Hidinginplanesite

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It’s a nice place we went at Dusk has a strange feeling to it ! I didn’t know about ashes in the house though so sad :(
 

JayJerd

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It’s a nice place we went at Dusk has a strange feeling to it ! I didn’t know about ashes in the house though so sad :(
I was here this morning, was a lovely day for it. Relived the whiskey bottle and clothes aren't smashed up
 

Coxieboy

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Photo 11, thats the Shlack (Think that was the name) replacement razor kit, that has to be from the 70's. Also cant believe they left ashes......
 

Redavni Ecaps

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Wow, the ashes and the diary belonging to the person of the ashes.

madness.
 

westernsultan

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Blimey green shield stamps, I barely remember those. I sort of remember sticking them in a book for my mum and going somewhere to cash them in for something or other. What or where they came from I cant remember.
yes Green Shield stamps - I have stuck pages of those things - tied into Tesco - they became a stand alone company and rebranded as Argos - history at https://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/jan/05/argos-story-green-shield-stamps-tesco-sainsburys
 

Bristol-Wanderer

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Sad to see those ashes just left there as if the person is just totally forgotten about no relatives or friends, to think that person was carried, born, loved, grew up, worked, etc.. and now just a pile of ashes left in a house that is rotting away that’s proper sad :(
 

Calamity Jane

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