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Bell Inn

Picture source: Helen Iwanczuk

The Bell Inn was situated on the High Street. This pub which dated from the 17th century closed in 2012. A grade-II listed building which has now had planning permission granted for conversion to residential use.

Listed building details:
House, now Public House. Probably C17 with C18 alterations and rear wing. Coursed ironstone rubble with ironstone quoins and plain tile roof. 3 brick stacks, the left one on a fragmentary stone base. Stone coping on left gable. L-plan. 3 units, originally 2-unit, denoted by quoins. Extension to rear. Ground floor has 2 stone window surrounds with inserted 3-light casements. Doorway and bay window to right both under a sloping canopy with Welsh slate roof. C20 window on first floor. 3 dormers with plain tile roof and stone ridge. Cellar to left part of front elevation. Rear extension has wooden mullioned and transomed window with crown glass. Interior: Stop chamfered beams and bressumer to fireplace in public bar.

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