At the west end of The Walk, with Teddy Wykes' milk float in the foreground and bunting for King George V's Silver Jubilee celebrations. The cottages are now one house, Radley House.
The Walk was previously known as Rope Walk. Bell ropes and strong agricultural ropes were made here by Spratton rope-makers for churches and farms all around the local area. A wheel supported on two posts was placed at the far end of 'the walk' and to this the rope-maker fastened one end of the hemp, which he carried before him. As he walked backwards a child turned the wheel and the rope-maker twisted the hemp into strong and even rope. During the restoration of the cob cottages (at the end of The Walk), large rounded storage 'caves' were discovered dug out of the earth walls behind the house. Their shape and depth suggest they might have been used to store the hemp and finished ropes.