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For most of this decade the Town Crier was John W. Willett.
|PEAR TREE FARM HOUSE demolished (Oak Street No. 13?)|
|16 April||First move to have electric light supplied to the village byEast Anglian Electrical Supply Co.|
|27 April||62 people involved in putting out Mr Howlett's fire at a cost of £26-2-0.|
|METHODIST CHURCH erected in Bell Street.
Mains ELECTRICITY installed in the village.
|Old Chequers Public House Demolished and new one built.|
|Oak Tree and Railings become Parish property.|
|11 August||Parish Council accepts that 16, 75watt lamps be installed for £56-10s/yr but excl. summer time.|
|16 Oct.||Acquisition of Sterns Acre began for the building of the current school.|
|TOWER MILL, at the top of Wilton Road, demolished as it is a hazard to RAF aircraft.|
|April||Oil lamp standards to be removed.|
|Sept.||WW2 started on the 3rd.|