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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  • Low Farm Cottages

    Low Farm Cottages
  • Easton Hall Lodge

    Easton Hall Lodge
  • Easton Hall

    Easton Hall
  • The Old Kennels

    The Old Kennels
  • Martley Hall

    Martley Hall
  • 1 & 2 Martley Hall Cottages

    1 & 2 Martley Hall Cottages
  • 1 & 2 Stud Farm Cottages

    1 & 2 Stud Farm Cottages
  • 3 & 4 Stud Farm Cottages

    3 & 4 Stud Farm Cottages
  • 6 Stud Farm Cottages

    6 Stud Farm Cottages
  • Holly Tree Cottage (5 Stud farm Cottage)

    Holly Tree Cottage (5 Stud farm Cottage)
  • Stud Farm Bungalow

    Stud Farm Bungalow
  • Stud Farmhouse

    Stud Farmhouse
  • Dark Lane Farmhouse

    Dark Lane Farmhouse
  • The Uplands

    The Uplands
  • The Round House Framlingham Rd

    The Round House Framlingham Rd