The Queen's Head (left) dates from c1580. It was renovated in 1982-83 when the gents' loos
were removed from the car park. The roof of the former vicarage can be seen between the
pub and the bus shelter of c1953. On the left is the garden of Thomas Neale's almshouses of
1723, demolished in 1968. The white gable (centre right) is the former Swan, closed in the
1930s. The adjacent village shop closed in 2001. The garage remains, on the site of the earlier
smithy, but without its pumps since 1995.
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