Bellamour Way

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Photographs of Buildings in Bellamour Way

The Forge & Reading Room Bellamour Way. 1966 Best Kept Village Competition. (below)

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The old School Masters House now known as Elm Cottage. Pictured in 1966 when it sold at auction for £2,650. (below)

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Lucy Berry Cottage & Rose Villas Bellamour Way 1966. Best Kept Village Competion. (below)

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Field Cottage, Lucy Berry Cottage & Rose Villas, with barrel cart outside, in 1910. Pear Tree Farm buildings can be seen in the middle distance behind the horse drawn cart. (below)

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The High House Bellamour Way, taken in the 1980's when it housed the Post Office & village shop. (below)

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Williscroft Place with local policeman and village boy. circa 1920 (below)

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The village butcher and his staff outside his shop. circa 1920. The shop stood on what is now the Greyhound Pub car park. (below)

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Malt House Farm Bellamour Way. (below)

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