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 Laurel Cottage, at the fork between Silver Street and Plaisters Lane. From information in the Tithe Maps and Censuses, this cottage was the Poor House until quite early in the 19th Century, and may have been a small private school for a time thereafter. It has been suggested that the village Chapel could have been on this site, or even that part of the chapel fabric could remain. Unfortunately, there can be no certainty about the chapel's site.

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 Travelling up Silver Street, one next comes to a group of old cottages, Albert Cottage, Ebenezer Cottage and Rose Cottage. There used to be an additional cottage to the left, until it burnt down in the early 20th Century. Cottages have stood here at least since the end of the 18th Century.

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 The view down Silver Street, towards Plaisters Lane, with Bellamy Cottage on the left.

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 From Silver Street, a bridge and footpath goes over the stream, between the Mill House and Sutton Mill, and back to Sutton Road.

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 The view along Silver Street, towards the Mill Pond. The 'Street' here is paved with stones used as practice pieces for apprentice stone-masons; a well-known stone-mason, Eric Morris, once lived in Blue Shutters.

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 The view back along Silver Street, with Sutton Mill on the left and the cottage known as The Rest on the right. This was a restoration of two smaller old cottages.

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