Building work at Parrotts Restaurant, Longnor

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Date:September 1980

Description:Parrotts restaurant occupied an early 19th century three-storied Grade 2 listed building at 7, Chapel Street in Longnor. It closed in 1995 and had been locally well-known for its set tasting menu. The exterior of premises and the street were used as 'The Lambton Inn' in the BBC's adaption of 'Pride and Prejudice' in 1995. The car is a Vokswagen type 412 Variant produced between 1972 and 1974.


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1850s
Iron griddle, Longnor
Iron griddle, Longnor

An iron bakestone or griddle with folding hanger, used for making Staffordshir oatcakes ...

1890s
Maypole dancing, Longnor
Maypole dancing, Longnor

Maypole dancing on Market Day in Longnor. A brass band can be seen in the crowd ...

1930s
Longnor Market Hall
Longnor Market Hall

The Market Hall was built by Sir John Harpur Crewe in 1873. Above the doorway can ...

1980s
Primary School and Church, Longnor
Primary School and Church, Longnor

To the right is St Bartholomew's C.E (VC) Primary School on Buxton Road, Longnor. ...

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Donor ref:P.2019.007.K468 (37/45961)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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