As bricks go I do not think it looks very remarkable but then I suppose like most of us they are not things I tend to think much about. But this one has a story. The clay from which it was made may have come from just north of the village where clay and marl have been dug since at least the 17th century and it was part of a fine house which was probably built sometime between 1830 and 41. The families who lived in it were comfortably well off and were important enough to have been listed in the local directories. But like all but two from the same period it was demolished and we lost a link with our past.
Picture; from the collection of Andrew Simpson