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 Mission Hall Lane, viewed from Plaisters Lane. On the right, Corner Cottage stands on the site of a former motor body shop, which itself stood on the site of older village shops.

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 Mission Hall Lane, looking towards the east. All this area was allotments and market garden until the 1960's.

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 The Mission Hall, viewed from the west. This is in effect the Sutton Poyntz village hall.

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 Mission Hall Lane, viewed from the east, with Fuschia Cottage on the right.

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 The garden at the back of the Mission Hall. This old orchard is used in the summer for village barbeques and other social events.

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 This open area is known as the Village Green. It is actually the site of a former cottage.

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 Fox Lane branches off to the north from the junction between Mission Hall Lane and Silver Street. It leads past a number of attractive cottages to a gate, and thence to the track that takes you up West Hill.

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 Fox Cottage (on the left) and Rip Van Winkle (on the right) at the end of Fox Lane, by the gate leading to the footpath up the hill.

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