Normandy Children’s Centre

School in/near Crayford

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School · Crayford · DA7 ·
MAY
20
2018



This is a children’s centre.

Normandy Children’s Centre is a school in Bexley.

It has a website at: http://www.bexley.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=3241.



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VIEW THE CRAYFORD AREA IN THE 1750s
The 1750 Rocque map is bounded by Sudbury (NW), Snaresbrook (NE), Eltham (SE) and Hampton Court (SW).
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VIEW THE CRAYFORD AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE CRAYFORD AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE CRAYFORD AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE CRAYFORD AREA IN THE 1900s
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Fairford Avenue, DA7

Fairford Avenue is a road in the DA7 postcode area




LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Christ Church (Erith) CofE Primary School:   Academy sponsor led (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
Dartford Grammar School for Girls:   Academy converter (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Selective (grammar).
Erith School:   Academy converter (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 19. Admissions policy: Modern (secondary).
Gravel Hill Primary School:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Martens Grove Park:   
Mayplace Primary School:   Academy sponsor led (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Normandy Primary School:   Academy sponsor led (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Oakwood School:   Academy special converter which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 16.
Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School, Dartford:   Voluntary aided school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
Phoenix Sports Club:   
West Hill Primary Academy:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 5 and 11.


PHOTOS OF THE AREA
Martens Avenue (1934):   Development and destruction. This view shows the scale of work necessary to lay the infrastructure that precedes house building.
Park Grove (1934):   Park Grove was the first road to be laid out in the 1934 Martens Grove Estate.
Trolley bus at Erith Road bus depot (1935):   An unusual trolley bus - other examples in London had a twin rear axle in order to cope with a 70 passenger load.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Alderman Close, DA1 · Alfriston Close, DA1 · Appledore Avenue, DA7 · Arran Close, DA8 · Ashen Drive, DA1 · Avenue Road, DA8 · Badlow Close, DA8 · Barnehurst Avenue, DA7 · Barnehurst Road, DA7 · Bascombe Grove, DA1 · Bath Road, DA1 · Beechcroft Avenue, DA7 · Beechfield Road, DA8 · Beverley Road, DA7 · Bexley Road, DA8 · Birch Walk, DA8 · Birling Road, DA8 · Blenheim Close, DA1 · Blenheim Road, DA1 · Bowmans Road, DA1 · Braemar Avenue, DA7 · Braeside Crescent, DA7 · Brantwood Road, DA7 · Brendon Close, DA8 · Broadoak Road, DA8 · Broomhill Road, DA1 · Brummel Close, DA7 · Bullman Close, DA7 · Buxton Road, DA8 · Carnet Close, DA1 · Castleton Avenue, DA7 · Chastilian Road, DA1 · Chesterfield Drive, DA1 · Cheviot Close, DA7 · Chieveley Road, DA7 · Chiltern Close, DA7 · Christchurch Avenue, DA8 · Claremont Crescent, DA1 · Clive Avenue, DA1 · Clydon Close, DA8 · Colyers Close, DA8 · Colyers Lane Primary School, DA7 · Colyers Lane Primary School, DA8 · Colyers Lane, DA8 · Colyers Walk, DA8 · Coniston Close, DA7 · Coniston Close, DA8 · Coniston Road, DA7 · Coniston Road, DA8 · Cotswold Close, DA7 · Cricketers Close, DA18 · Cricketers Close, DA8 · Dale Road, DA1 · Denton Road, DA1 · Denver Road, DA1 · Detling Road, DA8 · Devonshire Avenue, DA1 · Dorothy Evans Close, DA7 · Downbank Avenue, DA7 · Doyle Close, DA8 · Dudsbury Road, DA1 · East Holme, DA8 · Eastleigh Road, DA7 · Edendale Road, DA7 · Edendale Road, DA8 · Elm Grove, DA8 · Elmstead Road, DA8 · Elmsted Crescent, DA16 · Epsom Close, DA7 · Erith Road, DA7 · Erith School, DA8 · Eversley Avenue, DA7 · Eversley Cross, DA7 · Fairford Avenue, DA7 · Falstaff Close, DA1 · Firmin Road, DA1 · FP 231, DA7 · Fraser Road, DA8 · Frinsted Road, DA8 · Gainsborough Avenue, DA1 · Galloway Drive, DA1 · Glebe Way, DA8 · Gloucester Road, DA1 · Grasmere Road, DA7 · Grove Road, DA7 · Grovebury Close, DA8 · Hallford Way, DA1 · Halstead Road, DA8 · Hardwick Court, DA8 · Havelock Road, DA1 · Heath Lane Upper, DA1 · Heath Lane Upper, DA2 · Heath Lane, DA1 · Heath Road, DA1 · Heath Way, DA8 · Heather Drive, DA1 · heatherbank Close, DA1 · Heathlands Rise, DA1 · Heathlee Road, DA1 · Heathview Avenue, DA1 · Heathway, DA8 · Helen Close, DA1 · Hemsted Road, DA8 · Highstead Crescent, DA8 · Hill Brow, DA1 · Hillcrest Road, DA1 · Hillingdon Road, DA7 · Hillside Road, DA1 · Hind Crescent, DA8 · Holly Gardens, DA7 · Holmsdale Grove, DA1 · Holmsdale Grove, DA7 · Homer Close, DA7 · Hurstwood Avenue, DA7 · Hurstwood Avenue, DA8 · Inglewood Road, DA7 · James Road, DA1 · Kings Close, DA1 · Kingsridge Gardens, DA1 · Kingswood Close, DA1 · Knole Road, DA1 · Laburnum Avenue, DA1 · Lambert Court, DA8 · Lawrence Hill Gardens, DA1 · Lawrence Hill Road, DA1 · Lea Vale, DA1 · Lea Vale, DA7 · Lesney Park Road, DA8 · Lesney Park, DA8 · Leysdown Avenue, DA7 · Lingwood, DA7 · Lodge Avenue, DA1 · Lyndhurst Close, DA7 · Lyndhurst Road, DA7 · Maida Vale Road, DA1 · Manor Close, DA1 · Manor Road, DA1 · Manor Way, DA7 · Marcet Road, DA1 · Marcus Road, DA1 · Marlborough Road, DA1 · Martens Avenue, DA7 · Martens Close, DA7 · Mason Close, DA7 · Mayplace Close, DA7 · Mayplace primary School, DA7 · Mayplace Road East, DA1 · Mayplace Road East, DA7 · Melrose Avenue, DA1 · Merewood Road, DA7 · Meyer Road, DA8 · Midfield Avenue, DA7 · Morland Avenue, DA1 · Mortimer Road, DA8 · Mount Road, DA1 · Nelson Road, DA1 · Normandy Way, DA8 · North Road, DA1 · Northall Road, DA7 · Northumberland Heath Minor Injuries Unit, DA8 · Northumberland Way, DA8 · Oakwood Drive, DA7 · Old Bexley Lane, DA1 · Old Manor Way, DA7 · Park Crescent, DA8 · Park Grove, DA7 · Parkside Avenue, DA7 · Pennine Way, DA7 · Pinnacle Hill North, DA7 · Pinnacle Hill, DA7 · Quantock Road, DA7 · Raeburn Avenue, DA1 · Ramsden Road, DA8 · Randall Close, DA8 · Randolph Close, DA7 · Rayford Close, DA1 · Ridge Way, DA1 · Risedale Road, DA7 · Rochester Way, DA1 · Ron Green Court, DA8 · Rosedene Court, DA1 · Ross Road, DA1 · Royston Road, DA1 · Rudland Road, DA7 · Saltcote Close, DA1 · Seaton Road, DA1 · Shepherds Lane, DA1 · Shepherds Lane, DA2 · Somerset Road, DA1 · Spring Vale, DA7 · Springfield Road, DA7 · St Paulinus Primary School, DA1 · Stanham Road, DA1 · Station Road, DA1 · Stelling Road, DA8 · Stephen Road, DA7 · Stonewood Road, DA8 · Stuart Mantle Rise, DA8 · Stuart Mantle Rise; Caernarvon Court, DA8 · Stuart Mantle Way, DA8 · Sullivan Close, DA1 · Swaisland Road, DA1 · Swallow Close, DA7 · Swallow Close, DA8 · Swan Lane, DA1 · Tanners Close, DA1 · Taunton Close, DA7 · Thirlmere Road, DA7 · Three Corners, DA7 · Tudor Close, DA1 · Turner Court, DA1 · Twigg Close, DA8 · Valence Road, DA8 · Valley Close, DA1 · Venners Close, DA7 · Victoria Road, DA8 · Walkley Road, DA1 · Walnut Tree Road, DA8 · Waltham Close, DA1 · Ward Close, DA8 · Waterhead Close, DA8 · Wellington Road, DA1 · Wentworth Drive, DA1 · West Heath Road, DA1 · West Hill Drive, DA1 · Western Terrace, DA1 · Westfield Road, DA7 · Wharf House, DA8 · Wilmot Road, DA1 · Windermere Road, DA7 · Windsor Drive, DA1 · Winifred Road, DA1 · Woodside Close, DA1 · Woodside Close, DA7 · Woodside Road, AL2 · Woodside Road, DA7 · Woolbrook Road, DA1 ·
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