|This picture is very difficult to
date precisely, as it is one of a set that was available as late
as the 1950s, but was probably taken in the 1920s. Others with
the same typeface and numbers on the caption, have identical
versions of the pictures with postmarks in the 1920s. It seems
that the pictures were re-issued over the years by different
postcard publishers. The saint, on the right hand end of the
cottage , is the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
This is one of those cottages in Froyle that has remained virtually unchanged for many years, as the picture below, taken in 1998, clearly shows, the only noticeable difference being the addition of television aerials in the modern picture!
|The cottage is Grade 2 Listed. English Heritage gives the following information:-
|Information from English Heritage, Images of England