After a quick thaw-Bell Cottage on the left; Church Institution the right; Rose & Crown, Baptist Chapel in background
Outside Hoopers Farm
Elm Cottage from the rear. The Elms Stable on the left
Circa 20th Century
Cycling on the High Street
Flooded in 1995
Flooded in 1995. Another view.
Charlie Gray on a flooded High Street. Noads House and The Bell Inn (now Bell Cottage) in the background.
Row of cottages on the left called Marvins demolished in the 1950s; house on the right still there
Now called Waylenfield and the Barn before Elmhurst was built.
Looking towards Lodge Hill with Corner House and Rose Cottage (still there today!) Before the trees on Lodge Hill were planted.
Houses on the left now demolished
Elm Cottage, Mill Cottages (now Mill House) on the left; Rose Cottages on the right. All still standing. Note the open ditch with 'bridges' to the cottages.
Dean and Chapter first on the right
Rose Cottages on the left, Elm Cottage on the right. Note the thatched Granary Barn behind Elm Cottage.
Rose Cottages on the left, Elm Cottage on the right. Same as image 18.
From the left: Alan Havelock; young Jack Hughes; Bet Hughes; Jack Hughes carrying Maurice; Bill Blake. (Now open plot by the bus shelter)
Jack Hughes, outside Church House.
From the left: standing Pat Hughes, Roy Cocker; sitting Bet Druce, Marjorie Townend
Annie Hughes in background carrying Roger. Bet Druce on the left with Neville Hughes
Len's Father with Primrose Cottage on the left, from a photograph taken by Fine Arts Studios, Bradford-on-Avon. © H Coleman Refreshments; Fine Arts Studios, Bradford-on-Avon.
Outside Empire Stores
Various views of the Old Vicarage.
Burnt down in the early 1940s.