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Parson's Lane corner with Horn's Granary and house.

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Church Lane cross roads with Docking Road and Parson's Lane ahead, in the 1950s. The newly built house belonged to Mr and Mrs George Horn who used the field for their chickens. To the left is the Granary, built later than the house where Mr Horn sold animal feed stuffs for local farms and small holdings.

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