Turner’s Farmhouse

Early 20th century photograph of Turner’s Farm at the top of the High Street, now demolished and a private house. The building beyond the farmhouse is The Plough. Mr Turner used shire horses for many years, stabling them in a barn next to the Shieling.

Turner’s Farm – Shire Horses

A Suffolk Punch and foal belonging to Mr Turner.  His farm, situated at the top of the High Street next to The Plough, was one of the last to continue using shires, preferring them to a tractor.

Mill Farm – Shire Horses

Suffolk Punch shire horses were used on several village farms before the introduction of the tractor. In this photograph Mr Dyball and his son stand next to two shire horse foals at Mill Farm on Walden Road.