Bubbenhall Village

Farms

Broomhill Farm

Situated in Watery Lane.


Broomhill Farm buildings

Small field barn in Darfield Meadow

Glebe Farm

Glebe Farm, where Theo Paget was the farmer since the 1930's. His daughter is Rosemary King, who grew up there. The house was built in the early 1930s.


Slide taken in 1970, the year Theo gave up the farm.

Manor Farm

On the Stoneleigh Road on the edge of the parish.


The Moat

The Moat was probably originally the Home Farm. Later the Home Farm was present-day Top House, i.e. Kathleen Grimes' house and the Grimes family's main farm in Bubbenhall.


The Moat April 1967

The Moat April 1967

The Moat April 1967

Farm buildings at the Bottom End December 1970

Barn to the left of the footpath going towards Ryton from the Bottom End. April 1967

Barn to the left of the footpath going towards Ryton from the Bottom End. April 1967

Old House Farm


Old House Farm outbuildings December 1972.

Old House Farm (known also as Grimes Cottages), opposite The Three Horse Shoes. No date.

Piece Barn Farm

Presumably the name derives from "John Busby's Piece", where he would have had a barn: Enclosure Award, 1726. He lived at Church House, which was a farm.


Piece Barn Farm and outbuildings December 1970.

Piece Barn Farm and outbuildings December 1970.

Yew Tree Farm

Yew Tree farm is still standing at the corner of Lower End and Cooper's Walk, but the barn (which was between Yew Tree Farm and Nigel Liney's) was pulled down to make way for the Cooper's Walk development in the 1970's.


Yew Tree Farmhouse June 1970

Back and side of Yew Tree Farm June 1970

Yew Tree Farm barn June 1970

Yew Tree Farm barn: beam structure.

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