The maps illustrate the transformation of the town of Stokeford over a period of 80 years.
Overall, the principal change to the town was the demolition of various facilities to make way for houses. It is also clear that other developments with regard to shops and farmland accompanied the building of the town.
According to the diagrams, the large house was expanded and became retirement home, while houses were built in the garden. In addition, a new path with houses on either side was constructed to the north of the primary school, which stayed unchanged. By contrast, the area to the east of the town became empty due to the farmland disappearing.
The area that used to contain two shops located to the north of the post office between River Stoke and the road leading to a bridge witnessed the appearance of a residential sector. At the same time, the farmland to the west of the river Stoke was cleared for houses, forming a ring area.
You described all the major changes, although some of your verbs are used incorrectly.