This photo was one which Don allowed us to copy recently. It shows the far end of High Street in Market Lavington, away from the village centre and looking towards Easterton.
We are looking down, past the Congregational Church and can note the presence of a thatched roof amongst the houses on the right.
The house immediately on the left, with the man outside and roof windows is now number 49.
There is the vaguest chance that somebody might recognise this chap as one of their ancestors.
We believe this photo dates from around 1910 but basically it is a timeless scene. Even the fact that this is a posted card doesn’t help for as often happens, somebody in the past steamed off the stamp taking the postmark with it.
All of the people mentioned in this message are members of the Coleman family and all had lived, or still did live in Market Lavington.