No. 14 (Selby House) It is a listed building grade II and was re-fronted in the 18th century on an older timber-framed building. Some 16th century wall-paintings were uncovered in 1962, but we do not have any photos. Behind Nos. 14-26 there is a grade II listed barn, built in the […]Read More
Year: 1964 year
(The photos above show the front and back of the Griffin.) The Griffin Inn (now a restaurant) is a typical old coaching inn with the high arched gateway and cobbled yard. The rear of the Griffin is of the Tudor period, but the front is late 17th century. It used […]Read More
Nos. 2-4 were built in the 17th century or earlier and are listed grade II. They were refaced in the 18th century and a shop front added in the 19th. They have an old tiled roof with painted rendering. As shown in the photo gallery below they were for many years Meads the grocers. In […]Read More
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49 High Street
The museum is open Wednesday – Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays 12noon-4.30pm.
Admission £4.50, children free.
We can open for groups at any time of the year. Visits to the museum outside of advertised hours cost £7 per person or £10 for both a walk and a museum visit.
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