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The Green, Urchfont

The Green, Urchfont Date Photo Taken 2009
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Three houses on The Green: on the right is the late 17th/early 18th century The Ark, formerly called Green House and with a third storey added at the end of the 19th century. In the middle is Manor Cottage and to the right is Oakfrith Cottage; both of similar date to The Ark. Oakfrith Cottage was badly damaged in April 1989 when a passing hay wagon damaged an overhead electricity cable causing sparks to fly on to the thatched roof.


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