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The Red Lion Hotel

A Grade II Listed building, once the meeting place of the Court Leet, which consisted of twelve men elected every seven years to oversee the village. Members included the Ale Taster and the Window Looker. The latter’s task was to oversee the payment of the Window Tax. The old cycle photograph was taken at the time when the three-wheeler cycles were giving way to the two-wheeler.

Cross View and The Gables

Grade II Listed 18th century buildings. Cross View was formerly the White Lion and then the Wheatsheaf public house. The Gables was originally the barn and only one-storey high but was converted into a house with two storeys in 1920. It was the Home Guard Headquarters during the Second World War.

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