The National School was built in 1834. It collapsed in the 1950s and built two a smaller scale with a tiled roof. It is used now as a church office.
The ‘pond’ in the front of the picture is part of the remains of a moat and is where horses were taken to drink.
(Email from SC in 2021)
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