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Today I have chosen those three buildings on Well Hall Road beside the parish church. For over a century they consisted of a waiting room flanked by public lavatories. They were originally built to serve tram passengers when the service began in 1910 and carried on in to the age of the motor bus. In the 1970s the planners wondered if they should be demolished for a public place. In their way they are a little bit of our history.
Picture; courtesy of Jean Gammons