It is believed to date from the end of the15th Century, so stood in need of major restoration by the late 20th Century and work started in 1988.
Immediately recognising that this could be a significant find, possibly dating back several hundred years, the work was halted.
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For more information please Tel: 01531 632306 At the bottom end of Church Lane, stands one of Ledbury’s oldest timber framed buildings, currently used as the Town Council Offices.
The constable during the later part of the 16th century, a man called Richard Skull, fits this profile perfectly as he was apparently descended from minor nobility and had married into the local family of merchant gentry.
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