The early name for what is now the west end of Bernard Street. It was formed in 1807 by widening the earlier Pitt's Lane and it led (as the name implies) to a bridge over the town ditches.

Charles Woodhouse Rayner had a bookseller, newsagent and stationer's business here in the 1850s onwards.


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