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Greyhound Inn


The Greyhound Inn was situated on Gloucester Street. This pub was rebuilt by Godsells & Sons in 1903, and was designed in the arts and crafts style, by London architect Percy Morley-Horder. Closed in 2010, this grade-II listed pub reopened in 2013 as a cafe/bar.

Listed building details:
Late Cl9. Ashlar. Hipped stone roof with projecting eaves. 2 storeys and attics. Stringcourse. 1 gable each to Gloucester Street and Lansdown elevations. Oriel at corner: parapet with semi-circular break upward, and linked by semi-circular brick arch to adjacent brick chimney. Plain mullioned windows. Art nouveau iron brackets taking notice and relief model of greyhound. 2 fascia boards, with "The Greyhound Inn" in Arts-and-Crafts lettering.

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Picture source: Helen Iwanczuk