Granville Square, Stone

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Date:1970 - 1979 (c.)

Description:Granville Square was originally named Pump Square, but when the pump was removed the square was renamed after Earl Granville of Stonepark. Trees were planted to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII in 1901.


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The Crown and Anchor, Stone
The Crown and Anchor, Stone

The thatched Crown and Anchor public house was built in 1675, but was severely damaged ...

S.J. Gilbert & Co. drapers, High Street, Stone
S.J. Gilbert & Co. drapers, High Street, Stone

S.J. Gilbert & Co.'s general and fancy drapers shop at 57 High Street, Stone. Samuel ...

Black Horse Inn, Stone
Black Horse Inn, Stone

The thatched and timber framed Black Horse Inn stood at the northern end of the ...

Radford Street, Stone
Radford Street, Stone

Shops on Redford Street. Tilley’s Plumbing and Heating was formerly Leighton's ...

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Donor ref:P99.006.2983 (37/24336)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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