Boodle Hatfield acts on Egham town centre redevelopment
Egham Town 3, Guernsey FC 1 - Video Interview: GUERNSEY FC suffered a big blow in their CCL Premier Division title pursuit with a deserved defeat at nearest rivals Egham Town. Jamie Read gave Egham an early lead and despite Ross Allen levelling soon after, Luke Craig ensured Egham went in 2-1 up at half-time. And in injury time, Brendan Matthews sealed it for Egham.
Ashford Town Middlesex v Egham Town 24/9/2002 Non League Football Programme Sale
Egham Town FC
'We’ll fight all the way’ 23 April '13 EIGHT wins from their remaining nine games will be enough to secure GFC back-to-back promotions from the CCL. After their weekend home slip-up against Chessington & Hook Utd when they looked particularly fatigued, it has left them a mountain to climb to win the Premier Division. But despite having to win every match left to guarantee the league title from Egham Town, the Green Lions still have room for one more defeat.
Big slip up Monday 22nd April 2013. PROMOTION is now far from assured for Guernsey FC after a mixed CCL Premier Division weekend saw them effectively lose further ground to leaders Egham Town. The Green Lions started off their home double-header boosted by news that Egham had only drawn 1-1 at Horley Town and GFC made the most of it, hammering Hanworth Villa 5-1. But they slipped up yesterday, losing 2-0 against Chessington & Hook United, leaving the Lions 15 points adrift.
Cruel on Lions Friday 19th April 2013, 2:00PM BST. A LAST minute equaliser saw Guernsey FC’s title bid damaged on a dramatic night of CCL Premier Division action.
This image is from the town of Egham. Adding to the weather woes, storms and high winds battered the country on Wednesday and Thursday, leaving some 80,000 people without power.
The River Thames in flood around the town Gas Works and Staines Bridge, Egham, 1947
Royal Holloway - part of the University of London and just outside Greater London. Built in the 1880s at eye-watering expense, it's modelled on the Château de Chambord in the Loire, with a Gothic twist. Originally 'women-only', the college has admitted men since 1965. TW20, Egham Rail (Waterloo).