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Red Lion Inn

Picture source: Hania Franek


 
The Red Lion Inn was situated at 3 Market Place, having closed in June 2009. The building is grade-II listed and dates from the 18th century. It was present as a pub by 1794 when the landlady was Elizabeth Winter. A business now operates from the premises.
Source: Martin Stirland
 
This pub has now reopened.
Darkstar (July 2011)
 
. . .and now it's closed again
Steve Culverhouse (February 2014)
 
Listed building details:
Public House. C18 but remodelled. Local stone, cut and squared; plain clay tile roof with simple gable and abutment; brick chimney stack. 2 storeys with attic, 2 bays. Large 4-pane sash windows set  flush, with moulded timber surrounds, under exposed timber lintels; single-storey bay window with flat roof to bay 2; between windows simple doorway with timber lintel, and above a hanging sign on wrought iron bracket; central pitched roof dormer with small 2-light casement window. Interior not seen. Open as an Inn by 1794.
 

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Picture source: Hania Franek