Longnor Market Hall

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Description:The Market Hall was built by Sir John Harpur Crewe in 1873. Above the doorway can be seen the table of tolls payable at Longnor markets and fairs. It was converted to a Parish Hall in 1931. It is now (2008) occupied by Longnor Craft Centre.

Photographer: Gerald McCann (1897-1970) of Uttoxeter.


The timeline shows resources around this location over a number of years.

Sam Sykes, Village cobbler, Longnor
Sam Sykes, Village cobbler, Longnor

Mr Sam Sykes at work in his workshop, Market Street, Longnor.

Mrs McCann and motorcycle, Longnor
Mrs McCann and motorcycle, Longnor

Gerald McCann's Triumph motocycle and sidecar parked outside a house during a trip ...

Building work at Parrotts Restaurant, Longnor
Building work at Parrotts Restaurant, Longnor

Parrotts restaurant occupied an early 19th century three-storied Grade 2 listed ...

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Image courtesy of: Mrs G.S. McCann

Donor ref:76.41.3926 (37/22953)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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