Great Haywood Village

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Date:1900 - 1910 (c.)

Description:This view of Great Haywood was taken from outside the Clifford Arms public house looking south. On the left is a part view of the Post Office and the next building has a sign above the door ‘J. Leaver’ who was a manufacturer of collars, saddles, harness and millband.

In later years the Post Office relocated and the building became a private house, J Leaver’s premises and the adjoining property were demolished along with most of the cottages on the right, with the exception of the part view of the cottage on the extreme right which still stands (October 2018).

This postcard scene was published by Pascoe and son, Brook Square, Rugeley.


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

The Clifford Arms, Great Haywood
The Clifford Arms, Great Haywood

The Clifford Arms was once the sixteenth century gatehouse to Haywood Hall. A yard ...

The Square, Great Haywood
The Square, Great Haywood

This view is looking west to The Square, Great Haywood. On the right is the Clifford ...

The Square, Great Haywood
The Square, Great Haywood

This postcard view is looking north-east from Trent Lane to the Square and Main ...

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Creators: Miss Dorothy Roberts - Contributor

Donor ref:BM-DR-96 (192/38006)

Source: Mr Bob Metcalfe

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