Whilst doing some family history I have come across an article in the Rugby Advertiser, dated 28 January 1921. Fred Linnett is having a housing problem and is quoted in the Court case as follows:
Linnett said he paid his rent on Saturday every month at the rate of 2s. per week. He contended that the tenancy was a monthly one. The house at Draycott was considerably further from his work. A doctor stated that the house was too damp for him owning to his rheumatism.
Cross-examined, respondent said as a County Council roadman he worked from Rugby to Dunchurch, but not beyond Blue Boar. Linnett added that he had been offered one of the huts being erected at Dunchurch. He would go into it as soon as it was ready.
Any ideas please. Could they have been prefabs? Any idea where they were erected please?