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5 & 7 Church Street, Ickleton ©RGL 2023

5 & 7 Church Street, Ickleton

History of The Cranny and The Nook

Listed Building:

Late C15 with late C16 alterations and C19 rebuilding. Timber- framed and plastered with low-pitched slated roof and flint and brick plinth to window height.

5 Church Street, Ickleton ©RGL 2023

7 Church Street, Ickleton ©RGL 2023

These buildings were built in the C15th. One of the cottages was a bough house which was licensed to sell beer once a year on the day of the annual fair when a bough would be hung outside.


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