Some of the flavour of the old village remains in this view today, which looks eastwards along Broadwater Street East.
The green island has gone, and the terrace of three cottages on the left was rebuilt in the 1960s as a Nat West Bank.
The churchyard is on the right behind the houses and shops; the one on the left has a mansard roof, the one on the
right is now a hairdressers - 'Beyond the Fringe'. The church is an excellent one of about 1160, with a central tower
and 15th-century nave arcades, but heavy-handed Victorian restoration has somewhat spoiled things.
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