AMRA (Armitage Murray Residents Association) was formed by the residents
soon after the two Charles Church estates were built in 1977. The main
function then was to take possession of the Amenity Area in the middle,
and handle issues such as insurance, tree surgery and grass cutting, etc.
It then soon became a useful excuse for us to get together
for social events such as the summer barbecue in the amenity area, and
low cost dinner/dances in places such as the Cordes Hall in the village of Sunninghill.
This is a public page for residents of Armitage & Murray Courts in Sunninghill, their friends, and anyone interested. e.g. guys who once lived here, but have moved. There are linked pages, including of wildlife in our amenity area, on the AMRA Pond page, and of our family and neighbours in Armitage Court in 1978 on the AMRA old pictures page. You may like my old Sunninghill History page. See also the CCTV Page. An extract is below. A much more detailed, private AMRA page is hosted elsewhere, and AMRA residents can email me if they want the link. This first video on the right is from 1978 & 1979 :-)
You can see more information about Robin and
the Lovelock family on
then linked pages such as
The Bigger Picture
Contact details below have been unchanged and public for decades on Robin's Contact page.
Robin and June Lovelock, 22 Armitage Court, Sunninghill, Ascot, Beks. SL5 9TA. UK. Tel: 01344 620775, Mobile 07736 353 404. email: email@example.com
The video on the left shows some Grumpy Old Men behaving badly with a drone in Armitage Court. This was on Tuesday 7th March 2017. These guys are member of the extended Team-Joker, and you can read more on Robin's Snoopy pages. The extract on the right is silent, but higher detail. Can you see your house ? Drones are not new: see that old "Armitage Court from the Air" below :-)
There are many wildlife videos on Robin's youtube channel
It may be best to see Robin's Oldest Videos First .
Some are on Robin's CCTV Page .
The problem in looking for wildlife videos is that my youtube channels is full of other videos, such as our holidays and Snoopy's robot boat escapades :-)
Here is the list: click on Hedgehog Stalks Cat , Deer on Valentine's Day 2015 , Badger on CCTV , Super Snail ! , Bird feeds frog to it's young , Bray Lake(near end) , Pheasant , Fox with Frog , Fox, Cat and Mirror , or click on a frame from those below.
15th February 2018: found today on an old VHS tape: that 2001 BBC World Click Online broadcast into 200 million homes:
Sunninghill TV Superstars !
Robin has Richard's Logs ! Robin's new Roof page assists contracting of building work on his rear extention, as did his page for their Garden - now less of a wilderness :-)
July 2018: Deer chased by cat ! May 2020: fox cubs eating peanuts on CCTV; click on them to play :-)
May 2018: Fox Cub and Crow Eating Curry ! April: Owl landing on our pond fountain near the end, Australian Gnomes, etc :-)
September 2017: Mr Brock, the Badger, walks towards me on our bridge, I say "Hello", and then he licks my face and walks away again ;-)
February 2020: At the end: two TV broadcasts from the 1990's, starring Nick Knowless, of recent BBCTV "DIY SOS Big Build" fame.
Both filmed outside our house at 22 Armitage Court. One also stars our local Thames Valley Police, arresting Nick outside
our local Jade Fountain Chinese Restaurant, watched by Carol Vordeman and a live studio audience :-)
January 2021: Heron catching two mice instead of fishes in 2020 - now included in "Punishing the Heron in Sunninghill" :-)
Robin, June, and Samantha on their CCTV, in "Covid19 Lockdown". Samantha is working from home, for a company doing media monitoring Worldwide. See covid19 page.
Sunday 24th January 2021: We hope you are all coping well. Check out the video above of June punishing Robin for making snowballs :-)
The visit counters give a rough indication on who else is visiting this page,
and are explained at the bottom of the
e.g. I don't try to hide my visits, and they may come up as "Ascot", or miles away, like "Godalming" or "Houghton-Le-Spring".
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