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  • High Street at Junction with Back Lane

    The butcher's shop and Hollymount can be seen on the left and White Cottage, Wykum and the terraced cottages making up Tudor View on the right.
  • Tudor View

    The house stood on the High Street, opposite Tudor House. In the 1950s it was occupied by Miss Bennett who was a talented dressmaker. It was demolished in ? and replaced by Tudor View Cottages.
  • Tudor View Cottages - a history

    E side of High Street, opposite Tudor House.

    Camera facing N.

    Rose Cottage, brick and Tudor Cottage, stone and half-timber, made a pleasant corner of High Street.  It was a pity that a demolition order was sought, (granted December 1970), by the Church* in order to build new property for sale (in 1971), rather than putting the existing cottages into repair.

    While deploring the loss of one more corner of the old village, it is agreed that the use of Cotswold stone to face the front of the new cottages and the preservation of the chestnut tree at the side, help to make the houses fit reasonably well into their setting.

    *These old cottages, together with Tudor House, were left to Mickleton Church in the Will of Col R Booth/wife.

  • View of the High Street

    White Cottage and the row of four brick cottages called Tudor View are on the left, Tudor House is on the right.
  • Wykum and Tudor View Cottages

    The alleyway between Wykum and no. 4, Tudor View provides access to Homeleigh Cottage and the rear of all the cottages.
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