Aerial photo of the north end of New Road, c.1960

Roseacre is at the centre, with the smithy (since demolished) to its left, and then existing cottages.... Opposite Roseacre, at the foot of the photo, is ..., which must have been fairly new at the time. To its right are the two outbuildings of The Willows (then known as Bevilly) whose entrance is to the far right, a corrugated-roof pig-shed and another hut along the roadside, visible in the street photo and believed to have been acquired by Mulleys from the bacon factory site, where it had been used as a scout hut! These outbuildings and the land there were sold off in about 1970 and Haywold constructed.