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11 Church Street, Haslingfield

11 Church Street, White Hills (Marquis of Granby), Haslingfield

History of 11 Church Street, White Hills, Haslingfield

Listed building:

House, formerly public house. c.1830. Brick, now painted, and hipped, slate roof with two internal stacks.

In 1859 the pub was sold for £790 and was described as ‘a new and substantially built brick and slat house, containing club rooms, tap room, a parlour …..’ It was later owned by Phillips Brewery of Royston. It became a private house in 1954.


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