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  • Cottages by Lamb House

    Betty Clark, aged two, photographed in the back garden of one of the cottages.
  • Lamb House (formerly The Lamb Inn) - a history

    On W side of Milking Pail Lane, off High Street opposite Mickleton Garage, camera facing NW.

    Original cottage rubble stone, extension at N end in brick. Roof now all tiled but older part originally thatched.  Half timbered gable at S end, one dormer.  2s. Casement windows. Fire Insurance mark (District) on beam over first floor window at S end. One doorway blocked with brick. Whole cream washed.

    The ground floor room at the S end was originally the store for beer kegs. The floor was partly earth, partly stone and the walls were timber with wattle and daub in-filling. There are remains of a door and steps leading into the cottage which adjoins at the back. The Bar was in the middle room and the extension at the N end housed a butcher's shop. The barn used as slaughterhouse at the back of the property still has the winching machinery in the roof.

  • Lamb House formerly The Lamb public house

    Renovated in 1978. Lies off the High Street in Lawson Squasre.

  • Lawson Square

    Lawson Square is off the High Street on the south side and opposite Alveston Grange.  The photo shows The Milking Pail and, on the right, Lamb House.
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