High Street – Saffron House

Saffron House on the High Street was once known as the Three Horseshoes Pub, Hill House, Annie Sharpe’s Cottage and Horseshoe Timbers. It is 17th century, Grade II listed, timber-framed and plastered. Home of the Village Fair in the early 20th century, a...

High Street

The High Street looking west taken around 1920. On the left is Turner’s Farm then The Shieling and two cottages which have been demolished. The chimney of Geldarts can just be seen in the distance. Top right is Southacre Cottage, later to become the village...

High Street – Southacre Cottage

Photograph of Southacre Cottage on the High Street, turned into a Surgery by Dr Treweek in 1936 and used from 1947-1980 by Dr Paddison.

Dr David Paddison with Nurse Aylett

This photo shows Dr Paddison presenting Nurse Winifred Aylett, District Nurse with a watch on her retirement.  Dr Paddison took over the Southacre Cottage practice from Dr Treweek in 1947 and remained there until he retired in 1980. His practice was taken over by Dr...

Dr Padisson’s Name Plate

Dr Paddison bought Southacre on the High Street from Dr Treweek in 1947.  In 1936 Dr Treweek turned Southacre Cottage into his surgery.  Dr Paddison used it as his surgery until he retired in 1980.