Between the two, the Fishmongers Company built a row of three cut stone houses and a row of eight cottages. They also built a dispensary for the village near the school. This view shows these buildings as they were at the end of the nineteenth century. Today, the road level has been raised to the height of the footpath and the sloping grass verge replaced by a parking layby. The stone houses remain but the cottages have all had significant dormers added. Not just as pretty, but still with a strong character.