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3 – 4 King’s Parade

History of 3 - 4 King's Parade

Nos 4, 4a and 5 is of four storeys. Cast in the heads of the two rainwater downpipes on the west is the date 1834, the probable date of the building. The wide doorway off centre is original but has been moved. A stone above is inscribed C.C.T.G. probably for Greef, a plumber, who lived here.

1913

(3) Grant and Lane, music and pianoforte warehouse

Alfred West

(4) Miss Lane

Frederick Rogers

(4a) Henry Edward Greef, plumber, decorator

1962

Copper Kettle Restaurant and Copper Dive, Miss M Lennox Towler proprietress

(4a) C P Stockbridge, antique dealers

2018

Copper Kettle

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