Gosling Grove

The road is named after Allan Gosling, who worked at Hillside during the1939/1945 war and subsequently became heavily involved in village life as a school governor and parish councillor among other actvities.

Sgt Allan Gosling
Early 1960s
Looking over Sandpits Pond in the south-west direction.

Early 1960s
Looking north over Sandpits Pond, with houses on Plomer Green Lane in the background.


Mid 1960s
Gosling Grove estate shortly after completion.


1970s
Looking north across the Sandpits Pond to the houses on Gosling Grove.