This is one of Wellingborough's oldest buildings, and possesses a genuine minstrel's gallery. It was constructed as a house in 1540 and it displays a fine combination of limestone and ironstone lines and a stout timber-framed bay projects from the left side of the main entrance. It was modified during the 17th century and in 1830 it became an inn.
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This is reckoned to be possibly the finest United Reformed Church in the country, and with its circular shape enjoys excellent accoustics. This Grade II*-listed building dates from 1875. The architect was E Sharman to a plan by Caleb Archer.
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