Parts of the old farmhouse date back getting on for 300 years, the gable end front is part of the original house being half timbered.
Judging by the pitch of the roof it would have been thatched
|This was the modern double sided cowshed that you could only dream of back in the 1950's when this was built, it tied up 26 cows, see the same shed on the right of the top picture|
|Another 1940's picture of the back of the farmyard taken from the fields, on the right is the new white roof the the double cowshed, the old thatched cottages in the centre below the tower of St Chads church|
|An older picture still of the thatches two cottages probably 1930 , the south side of the church covered in ivy, there is more about these cottages in the storey "Green Farm Cottages" written and put on a few weeks ago.|