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Newton Hall, Town Street

History of Newton Hall

Listed building:

Country-house c.1909 by F. Foster for Sir Charles Walston Now offices. Red brick with hipped, slate and leaded roofs and tall, internal stacks with recessed panels to sides and projecting capping.

1901 (census): The Hall


The Hall Stables: Thomas Bowyer, 36, groom, b Suffolk


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