Great Fosters is a 16th-century mansion which originally lay within Windsor Great Park and is still adjacent to the town of Egham, Surrey, England. It is a Grade I listed building, Great Fosters was the London seat of Sir John Dodderidge a Judge of the King's Bench and formerly Solicitor General to King James I.. Sir Robert Foster owned the house in 1639. When he died in 1663 he left the house to his son, Sir Thomas Foster. Great Fosters remained in the family following his death in 1685
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).
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.