Here we see the High Street at Market Lavington on a postcard that was posted in 1915. The prominent building and sign, on the right, is the Kings Arms. On the right, on the corner of The Market Place, there is the Post Office which is where the chemist is now.
This card was posted to Canada.
We assume Bert, who sent it, was a Canadian soldier.
Received your letter this evening. Many thanks for epistaxis. We are still in England billeted near this village but expect to leave shortly.
Of course, we can’t make out the epistaxis or nose bleed comment! But it seems Canadians were still around in March 1915.