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Wheatsheaf Inn

Picture source: Stewart Marsh


 
The Wheatsheaf Inn was situated on Smithy Lane. This pub is grade-II listed and has now been converted into two cottages. Present by the late 18th century, licensees from census records:- 1871-1891 Thomas Fearn; 1899 Kelly's Directory William Twigg; 1901 Census George Twigg. It doesn't show as an inn in 1911 census and is not listed in Kelly's 1912 edition so probably closed between 1901-11.
 
Listed building details:
Cottages. Mid-C18. Rubble limestone with sandstone dressings. Plain tile roofs with three brick gable end stacks. Two storeys. South elevation - Hallgates Cottage on the right, three bays. Central doorway with stone lintel and C19 plank door. Flanked on each side by 3-light chamfered mullion windows. String band above the ground floor windows. First floor with central blocked single light
window with chamfered stone surround, flanked on each side by 3-light chamfered mullion windows. Wheatsheaf Cottage to the left, lower and of one bay. Doorway with stone surround. To the left a 2-light square section flush mullion window. Similar 2-light window above.
 

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