|John begins clearing the land.|
In 1962/3 we built an extension and created a drive leading into Wick Hollow, changing our house name to “Schehallion”.
And on the Friday we are visited by Dudley Tremaine of Cooper & Tanner Ltd., estate agents. “I hear that you are considering moving the business into larger premises” he said. “There are rooms available at 5A High Street, which you could rent from Mr. Trussler and which I think would suit you perfectly.” This building was formerly the Health Clinic – I remembered going there to collect orange juice when the children were small. When the surgery moved out into the new building in Feversham Lane, Mr. Trussler of Western Relining Services took over. It consists of a large two storey rectangular building at the back of what used to be Frisbys Shoe Shop (now a bookshop), with vehicular access from St John’s car park and a passageway from the High Street; it is now called “Number 10 St John’s Square.”