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Horse & Panniers

Date of photo: 2017

Copyright Jo Turner and licensed for reuse under thisCreative Commons Licence


The Horse & Panniers was a late 17th or early 18th century grade-II listed former pub. Perhaps originally a farmhouse but formerly the Horse and Panniers public house. Known locally as the 'Nag and Bag' in May 2004 it was reported as 'just re-opened then in May 2009 a picture appears of 'the new landlord' and by September 2011 was re-opened again after an 18 month closure. The pub was for sale in late 2012 and then the building was for sale in 2014 as a development project.
Source: Steve
 
Listed building details:
Former Public House, formerly perhaps farmhouse. Late C17/C18. Coursed rubble stone and Collyweston slate roof with brick central ridge and end stacks. Gable facing, front to left. 1 storeys of 3 2-light dormers over, from left, a low 1 storey extension projecting forward, 2-light casement with small 1-light over, door with Collyweston slated canopy, and 3-light casement. Extending from right end 1 storey extension with part glazed door and C20 bow window and small outhouse with Welsh slate roof, stable door and 6 pane window on right end to street.

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