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George & Dragon

Picture source: Hania Franek

The George & Dragon was situated at 34 High Street. This grade-II listed pub was present by 1851 when the publican was George Robinson. It is now in retail use.
Listed building details:
Inn, now shops and offices. Late C18 or early C19 rebuilding of a C17 building. Grey gault brick painted white with slate roof. Red tiled roof to long rear wing at SE with part weatherboarded 1st floor, over painted brick. A 2-storeys L-shaped building with W street range 4 windows long and elliptical-arched carriageway to yard under 2nd window from S. Massive red brick rear chimney at NE marks junction of former NE rear wing. Front has box eaves with moulded gutter, recessed sash windows to 1st floor, with 6/6 panes and gauged flat arches, archway in a projecting full-height brick panel a C20 small neo-Georgian shopfront with fascia at each end of front, and a triple-sash window to left of archway, and segmental arch to cellar under. Black boarded double doors to archway. Delicate margin-light glazed screen in rear wing next carriageway. C18 half glazed raised and fielded door into N part. Formerly The George & Dragon Inn.

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Picture source: Hania Franek