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Kings Head

Picture source: Hania Franek


 
The Kings Head was situated at 11 Market Place.  This coaching inn dates from the 17th century and is grade-II listed. William Woolley was the landlord in 1748. The pub closed in 1987.
 
Listed building details:
C17 and later, timber framed, plastered, part lined and painted. 3-storey 3 window centre with parapet, 2-storey 4 window wing left, and 2 window wing right. Centre and right overhanging 1st floor. Mullion transom casements mainly to centre. 4 flush frame sash windows with glazing bars at 1st floor, left. Pantiles. Much modernised.
 

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Picture source: Hania Franek