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Stockley Park was once an area used for brick-making and gravel extraction. Brick-making was thirsty work. However, refreshment was available at the long-standing, but now demolished, beer house known as The White House.
Until 1912, The Stockley Park area was known as Starveall. The change of name was initiated by Broad & Co, which owned a brickworks there. 'Stockley' came from the well-known Cowley stocks, or bricks, produced there.
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