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February 2018. Despite the month being colder than January and unusually for our area having rather more snow for quite a number of years daffodils and primroses made their colourful appearance
Wadlands Meadow is at the centre of the village, a popular place for relaxation and dogs at play as well as the site of the annual May Carnival. In these winter and summer panoramic views the house to the extreme left is in Tamerton Foliot Road, the houses in the centre are in Seven Stars Lane and the second Mary Dean’s School, closed in 1975, can be seen up the hill through the gap in the trees on the right.
St. Mary’s Church and the former vicarage. The church is 12th century and built on the site of an earlier ecclesiastical building.
Station Road and Manor Mill
Tamerton Lake, locally known as The Creek seen from the top of Old Warleigh Lane
Cann House built 1863 became a Cheshire Home in 1960 then in more recent years a privately run nursing and residential home.
Lambert Road and Old Warleigh Lane
Former Methodist Chapel opened 1877, closed 2008, now a private house.
Fore Street and Nursery Close