Easton Houses in 1966

This booklet was produced in 1966 by Brigadier John Packard. Following his Army career, he and his family lived in the Agents House next door to the White Horse pub. The booklet has been passed on to the village by his son, Simon Packard - thank you very much for this fantastic "snap shot" in time.

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  • The Cockpit

    The Cockpit
  • Pantiles

    Pantiles
  • The Stables

    The Stables
  • Easton Nurseries

    Easton Nurseries
  • The Street (cottage opposite the Pub)

    The Street (cottage opposite the Pub)
  • The Green cottage Lime Tree Cottage

    The Green cottage Lime Tree Cottage
  • Double Bungalow

    Double Bungalow
  • Easton House

    Easton House
  • Black White Cottages

    Black White Cottages
  • The Village Hall

    The Village Hall
  • The Kennels - round house

    The Kennels - round house
  • The Blacksmiths Shop

    The Blacksmiths Shop
  • Model Farm (Farm Park)

    Model Farm (Farm Park)
  • Sanctury Cottages

    Sanctury Cottages
  • Round House Pond Corner

    Round House Pond Corner
  • 1, 2, 3 & 4 Pound Cottages

    1, 2, 3 & 4 Pound Cottages
  • 5, 6, 7 & 8 Pound Cottages

    5, 6, 7 & 8 Pound Cottages
  • Council Houses

    Council Houses
  • Council Houses 2

    Council Houses 2
  • Unfinished house (opposite the council houses)

    Unfinished house (opposite the council houses)
  • Serpentine End

    Serpentine End
  • Park View

    Park View
  • Round House (opposite Harriers Walk)

    Round House (opposite Harriers Walk)
  • Low Farm (now Easton Grange Wedding Venue)

    Low Farm (now Easton Grange Wedding Venue)