The Gubbins lived in one of the cottages in the row seen on the left with the higher roof of Eydon Hall Farmhouse beyond.
To the right of this is the gateway into the drive and park leading to Eydon Hall with its small Lodge to the right of the gateway. The Green was largely covered by several large elm trees which all gradually had to be removed during the spread of Dutch Elm disease in the mid 1900s. The card probably dates from the mid to late 1930s. See also KL304.
Photographer unknown professional.
Image lent by Marion Wheatley