excerpt from 'Their small corner' pp. 7 (92 words)

excerpt from 'Their small corner' pp. 7 (92 words)

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Their small corner

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Very few houses had water laid on so that meant that there were no indoor toilets. Most cottages had toilets quite a walk from the house […] It was a white-washed edifice with two seats, one for small children and one for adults […]

The edifice was referred to as up-the garden. It was surrounded by a thick hedge of holly and snowberries […] the door had no bolt but it was big and heavy and if someone was approaching he or she sang or whistled his or her warning of approach. 

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