The house opposite Bryngwyn Hall (aka Crawley Hall) used to be a Coaching Inn and the house on the corner used to be a toll house.
There was once a shop that sold sweets, tobacco and provisions in Great Oak/Bryngwyn
There was also a mobile van owned by a Mr Day who sold vegetables and groceries, and sweets and apparently the children used to queue up for sweets.
Mr Turner had a horse an dcart and delivered daily fresh, unpasteurised milk from a churn.
Mr Powell's uncle, who had a market garden i raglan was the first person to deliver milk in bottles to everyone in the area
(notes from Bryngwyn "All my stories" evening, 15/04/2013. recorded by Judy Cecil)