Property


Norton Court

Norton Court

Norton Court, it's owners and tenants from the earliest records to it's demise by fire in 1959.

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King's Head Inn

King's Head Inn

This article tells the story of the village pub from the time it first opened its doors for trade in 1827. The pub was closed for a number of years before it underwent renovations and re-opened in August 2017 as the New Dawn Inn. I believe that the old Kings Head pub sign is still on display on the premises.

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Red Lion Inn

Red Lion Inn

History of the riverside inn from the mid-1700s.

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Wainlode

Wainlode

For the purposes of this article, Wainlode will be considered as the stretch of riverside land between the hill above the Red Lion Inn to the point where the River Chelt joins the River Severn at Fletcher’s Leap.

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Beer and alehouses ...

This article documents the presence of several, long gone, drinking establishments at Norton other than the two main inns which have survived to present times.

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Village Hall

Village Hall

This is an account, taken largely from Canon Evans Prosser's 1970s booklet entitled “How It All Happened”.

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Reading Room

Reading Room

This article tells the story of the village Reading Room from its construction in 1877 till its demolition in approximately 1990.

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Barn Farm (Vick's Barn, Cold Elm Farm)

Barn Farm (Vick's Barn, Cold Elm Farm)

Details of this property on the Tewkesbury Road at Norton starting from 1838.

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Court Hay Farm (Rudges, Smithfield Farm, Courthay)

Court Hay Farm (Rudges, Smithfield Farm, Courthay)

Details of this property at Norton Green starting from 1732.

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Dunsworth (Villa and Cottage)

Dunsworth (Villa and Cottage)

Details of this property at Bishop's Norton starting from 1807.

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Green Farm

Green Farm

Details of this property at Norton Green starting from 1807.

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Ivy House Farm

Ivy House Farm

Details of this property at Priors Norton starting from 1807.

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