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The Chimes

Picture source: Hania Franek


 
The Chimes was originally known as The Royal Oak but its name was changed to reflect the sound of the bells at the 12th Century Taxal, St James Church which is located next to the former pub. The Innkeeper in 1861 was Henry Morten. This pub was closed in the 1980's and the building is now a private dwelling.
 

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Picture source: Sarah Williams