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Rose & Crown

Picture source: Nigel Cox

The Rose & Crown was situated at 8 Stroudley Walk. This pub was first built in the 1720s as the Bowling Green Inn.  It looked over the village green and pillory and, of course, the village bowling green a little difficult to envisage today, but it does perhaps explain the wide expanse of concrete to the front of the pub in the photo.  The pub was rebuilt in the second part of the nineteenth century as the Rose & Crown, this newer building more recently gaining a Grade II-listing.  It was a Taylor Walker Brewery pub.  Very tatty in its final days, the pub closed in 2007. Now used as a cash and carry store.
Stephen Harris

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Date of photo: 2013

Picture source: Colin Price