Brook and Hockley Cottages
Post card of High Street, 14-09-1905. Hockley Cottages, Parsons Stores &c
These cottages were restored and thatched in the 1930s by Horley Morder, who bought them in a dilapidated state.
Hockley & Brook Cottages by narrow river and overgrown banks, probably 1930s
Probably taken in the 1930s, what are now Hockley and Brook Cottages are passed by an extremely narrow River Meon.
Brook Cottages being thatched, probably in the 1930s thanks to Morley Horder
Icicles on Brook Cottages, 2010
12 fire appliances were called to the first fire at Hockley & Brook Cottages, 2009.
Fire at Hockley & Brook Cottages, 2009.
Firefighters and appliances after the first fire at Brook and Hockley cottages, March 2009.
Richard Gaisford's photo of 2013 blaze
The remains of the second thatch fire at Hockley & Brook Cottages, 2013.
The remains of the second thatch fire at Hockley & Brook Cottages, March 2013.
Aftermath of fire at Hockey and Brook Cottages,March 2013
Brook Cottage restored after the 2009 fire.