The square lies to the west of the church and is bounded by Bugle Street, St Michael’s Passage and Church Lane. It was the traditional location of the fish market. A number of interesting buildings have survived including St Michael’s Parish Hall, a two-storey red brick building from the early 19th century, and no. 5 St Michael’s Square, a two-storey timber-framed building from the 16th century, both of which are Grade II listed. There are medieval vaults below a number of buildings in the square which are also Grade II listed.

1. St Michael's Parish Hall

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Photograph, c.2010

2. 5 St Michael's Square

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Photograph, c.2010


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