The White House, Main St.

From the Wadkin Archives:

Maggie’s Memories (p.55):

TRAVELLING FAIR The first I recall set up their roundabouts in the paddock where now stands ‘The White House’ opposite the Rectory Gate, then transferred to either the Wharf Yard or the Plough Inn Paddock, besides round-a-bouts there would be shooting at clay pipes, coconut shies and skittles. I can’t remember how much we paid. We kids loved the ‘Fair’, but many of us had strict orders not to stay long because it was near the public house.