On a glorious sunny day, with the ground covered in snow I ventured out to take some photographs. Snow always makes pictures look so bright and crisp.
This attractive building cost £1,873, and was opened in June 1907 free of debt. The turret which used to exist in the centre of the main roof appears to have vanished in the years since the building was erected.
This building now houses the doctors surgery and church offices for Horsed Keynes. There is much interesting information about this building and its history on the Horsted Keynes Then and Now site, together with some early photographs.
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