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Red Lion

Picture source: Hania Franek


The Red Lion was situated on the Market Place. Formerly a coaching inn with 16th century origins, the grade-II listed building closed as a pub in 2015 and has been converted for residential use.
Listed building details:
Inn in row, adjoining Market House (q.v.) and The Congregational Church (q.v.). C16 with C19 extensions. Large coursed squared and dressed limestone on ground floor. Jettied close-studded first
floor with plastered infill. Stone slate roof, hung tile at left gable end. Rendered brick stack. Rectangular plan to main body with successive C19 extensions at rear. C20 flat-roofed extension not of special interest. Two-storey, 3-windowed facade. All 3-light metal casements with horizontal glazing bars. Two twin 12-pane sashes with horns to ground floor, left-hand pair within casement-moulded surround. Passage to rear right. Axial stack. Interior; four-centred arched flat-chamfered stone door surround. Reputed to contain bread oven and cellar.

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