6. Old John's Cottage (20) and number 18 from the front; very recognisable when seen from the lay by opposite. 20 now has a proper stone built lobby, and the thatched protrusion on number 18 is now a different shape.
7. Garden at number 20.
8. This one marked Blake’s Corner is very common. It looks down Bulls Lane from the junction with Whitall Street. I'm told it was taken on the day that Edward VII arrived in the village by train.
9. The interior is Old John's Cottage, Bulls Lane.
10. Numbers 22 and 20 Bulls Lane. 20 is recognisable, although 22 is now entirely
remodelled as a private residence and not a shop at all.
|Old John's House - A|
|Old John's House B|
|St Peter & St Paul|
|Bus Shelter Book Stall|
|Old and New|