Photograph taken around 1920 of the top of the High St showing on the left had side The Plough when it was an alehouse with Mr Halls bootmaker’s shop and home on the left and Plough Cottage at the other end where Billy Mason the village ratcatcher lived. Turner’s Farm is next followed by Geldarts whose chimneys can be seen. On the other side is the gable end of Surrey Cottage where Mr Surrey the lime burner lived, and the gateposts of Chesterford House.

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