Roads & Properties

No 25 rear

Church Lane

All of the first buildings on these sites probably built within the churchyard.

Church Lane patio

1844 Tythe No 49 School House owned by St John's Wardens & School Trustees and occupied by Revd D Parfitt



5 Church Lane: Easter Cottage

1844 Tythe No 47 house, shop and garden owned by Richard Chapman and occupied by Samuel Day

1844 Tythe No 48 house & c owned by Richard Chapman

Possibly C17 structure, altered alter. 2 storeys. Roughcast. Pantile roof. Eaves. Detail of windows is early C19, 1st floor has 2-light and ground floor has 3-light wood casements with Gothic heads. Central doorway with plain reveals and tiles wooden hood over. Low extension to left.


6 Church Lane

1844 Tythe No 46 garden owned by Richard Chapman

At right-angles to the east side of No 3 is a 2nd building of higher elevation. 2 storeys. Probably late C18 brick. Banded quoins. 3 windows (one blocked to 1st floor) with keystones and sashes, some glazing bars. Blocked-up door in centre of front.

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