"very common in my circle in Cobham"
is an affluent village roughly 20 miles south-west of London, in Surrey. An Iron Age settlement, the village now has nearly 11,000 inhabitants and is a popular home for commuters to London due to its easy rail and road links to the capital. During World War Two
it was the location of several notable aviation factories. The area around Cobham has been named one of the best places to live in England and its desirability is increased by the proximity of Chelsea Football Club
’s training ground and many of its players’ mansions.