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In the town several black and white buildings still exist and these include Grange Court built by John Abel in 1633. This building was formerly the town hall, it was taken down and re-erected on it's present site in the mid 1850's. Of great interest too is the Priory church which has a double nave, finely decorated windows and an intricately carved norman west door. Inside this beautiful church all is calm and peaceful and on view is a large, well preserved, wheeled ducking stool.
From these early days Leominster has developed into a prosperous town and there are many interesting streets both in and around the town. Broad Street, as its name suggests is wide and full of gracious buildings which house a variety of antique emporiums all of which stock a range of antiques from textiles to fine art and furniture. Along other streets and walkways can be found many general stores and supermarkets.
There are several noteworthy inns and eating houses and a major draw to the town are its two auction houses both of which hold regular general and fine art sales
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The Royal Oak
Leominster, Herefordshire, England (0.2 miles, 0.4 km)
The White Lion Inn
Leominster, Herefordshire, England (0.5 miles, 0.8 km)
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Kimbolton, Herefordshire, England (1.9 miles, 3.0 km, direction E)
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The house of Sir Joseph Wilson Swan (inventor of the incandescent light bulb) in Gateshead was the first in the world to be lit by a lightbulb.
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