Chester House - Knowle Chester House, now Knowle Library, was originally two dwellings built in approximately 1400 and 1500. Now Grade II* listed, it has been suggested that the original buildings may have been used by local craftsmen as combined workshops and homes.
It was in the 17th century that the houses were combined to form one dwelling, possibly a farmhouse or an inn. During the 19th century the building appears to have been divided into three separate dwellings again until the three houses were combined into one building in the 20th century. After being used as an antique shop for many years, the building became the property of Solihull Council in 1972. After a complete restoration, the building opened as Knowle Library in 1975. As a child, I recall the scaffolding propping up this historic building for many years until the council completed its restoration to the building. Without the council, this building would have surely been lost to the future generations.
On this damp day, our sweethearts are out visiting Knowle on their list of things to do before popping into the butchers. The pair pop over to this historic 1400 century library it will only take a moment of their time to see the hidden treasure wall garden at the library, plus it kills to birds with one stone as Our Lady can return her books back.
He cannot help it he steals a kiss from her, just to show her, she does not need to read all those romantic books, she has the real man in front of her. But he was not expecting the doggy to come bouncing up to them wagging his tail and barking while grabbing hold of her for a hot passionate kiss. Now I wonder what the doggy was thinking what will happen next, you know what dogs are like in heat……