South Gloucestershire Photos by Hetty
4th August 2021
Once wealthy due to the wool trade, then from malting barley, it was the first stop on the stagecoach route from Bristol to London. Without the parked cars, you could be back in the 1880s. Its long High Street has cottages, grand buildings and barns.
The garage is not self-service and was once a dairy with cowsheds
The Catherine Wheel, late 1600s town house with early 1700s shell canopy over the door.
The Malting House
8 Almshouses and a chapel, 1619
Crest above the entrance to the almshouses and school crest
1861 National school
The Bank House 1792
The Old Vicarage with 1730s front