Situated on the east side of the High Street just north of Holy Rood Church, this building was built in the 1850s. It is a purpose-built three-storey commercial building with Italianate details. In the 19th and early 20th centuries it was the premises of the Wilts and Dorset Bank and later Lloyd’s Bank. After World War Two it housed a branch of the Woolwich Building Society, hence the name Woolwich House. It was converted to a public house in the 1990s.

Woolwich House, 36 37 High Street

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Photograph, 2007


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