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Description: Market Hall
Date Listed: 25 August 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 126180
OS Grid Reference: SP1513439170
OS Grid Coordinates: 415134, 239170
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0507, -1.7807
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5224 HIGH STREET
under Market Place)
SP 1539 SW 9/200 25.8.60
1627. Built for Sir Baptist Hicks for dairy produce and poultry. Classical double
arcaded loggie. Built of ashlar with Cotswold stone valley roof. 2 x 5 arches.
2 x 3 gables with blocked 2 light mullion windows in rebated surrounds with cornices.
Pyramidal finials at apices, corners and between gables. Arcades rest on square
piers with panelled caps. Ogee panel between 2 east gables displaying Hick's arms
(see also Almhouses in Church Street). Inner colonnade of chamfered piers on high
plinths, supporting valley plate. Waggon ceiling houses (plaster removed). Pitched
paving. On south side the corners and piers have low off-set buttresses, to north
a low wall.
Owned by the National Trust - (A.M.).
Listing NGR: SP1513839169
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Source: English Heritage
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