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Bristol Arms



The Bristol Arms was situated on the Market Place. A grade-II listed pub.
Listed building details:
Late Georgian. Three storeys in ashlar with chamfered rusticated quoins. Band between first and top storeys. Five windows, bolection moulded frames in stone; only top-storey centre window, which has segmental head and keystone, retains (later glazing bars. Small pediment in centre with semi-circular glazed window in tympanum. Embattled parapet. Ground floor now all modern, with centre flat-arched entry. Stacks at gable ends. Now north entrance to a shopping arcade. Tablet down passage to East advertising Post Horses and Carriages for hire, C19, resembling tombstone, with cherub's mask.

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