Village Information

Village Map

© Susan Crinage (2000)

KEY TO VILLAGE MAP

  1. St Mary's church and lych gate
  2. Methodist chapel
  3. Church of England Primary School and playing field
  4. Sports field, pavilion and scout hut
  5. London Lane allotments
  6. Wymeswold Court Nursing Home
  7. Memorial Hall
  8. Bowling green
  9. Children's play area
  10. 'Wymeswold Country Furniture' shop
  11. Butcher's shop
  12. Former Antique shop
  13. Former Post Office and grocery shop
  14. Stockwell Stores (newsagent)
  15. The Vicarage
  16. Pharmacy
  17. Former Hairdressers
  18. 'Three Crowns' public house and Outreach Post Office
  19. 'Hammer and Pincers' restaurant
  20. 'Windmill Inn'
  21. Wymeswold House
  22. Wymeswold Hall
  23. East Road allotments
  24. Queens Park
  25. The Hall Field
  26. River Mantle
  27. Alford House
  28. The Wye building (purpose-built as a framework knitting workshop)
  29. FOOTPATH - London Lane to Clay Street
  30. FOOTPATH - Trinity Crescent to Hoton Road
  31. FOOTPATH - "The Jitty" i.e. The Stockwell to Church Street
  32. FOOTPATH - "The Civic" i.e. East Road to Brook Street

 

  1. 55 London Lane (Georgian)
  2. 'The Manor House', 19 Far Street (Georgian)
  3. 'Lindum House', 25 Far Street (Georgian)
  4. 22 Far Street (Georgian) - originally the 'White Horse' Public House
  5. 'Stockwell House', 9 The Stockwell (late Georgian)
  6. 'Tudor Thatch', 2 East Road (approximately 1480/late 1700's)
  7. 'Falcon House', 3 Church Street (Georgian)
  8. 'The Quakers', 71 Brook Street (old Quaker burial site)
  9. 'The Dower House', 77 Brook Street (Georgian)
  10. 'Rose Cottage', 113 Brook Street (late 17th century )
  11. The old Baptist chapel, 9 Wysall Lane
  12. The old primary school, 47 Far Street (restored patterned slate roof)
  13. The old infant school, 55 Far Street
  14. 49 Far Street (restored wooden 'A' frame farmhouse)
  15. 3 East Road (wooden external 'A' frame visible on western wall of cottage)
  16. 2 and 4 The Stockwell (old cottages following the contours and levels of the land)
  17. Remains of the old village pound