Another view of the Parish Church, this time from the less common northern aspect. Judging from the style of the clothes, this would appear to have been taken before the First World War, and certainly before the churchyard boundary wall was moved further back. Note the high wall with a gate in it on the left of the photo, and the old vicarage in the background. The pair of red brick semi detached houses does not appear to have been built at this time. The wooden building,, now the home of Steve Kerry’s electrical appliance business is there. I think its use then may have been the meeting place fot the Royal Ancient Order of Buffalos. The little lad couldn’t stand nonchalantly in the middle of the road today, and be safe. The modern day photograph displays a lot more greenery despite the loss of the two large trees in the centre. The old Vicarage has disappeared, but the gable end of the brick semi can just about be seen. The stone cottage is hiden by the tree on the extreme right of the photo.