Girling Street 26


No 26 is an end terrace late Victorian house, included mainly for the two storey pantiled brick building at the rear. This was one of a number of local dairies which existed in the town in the 19th/early 20thC. It was a common sight to see cattle being brought into the town for milking even after WW2. In the early 20thC this dairy was owned by Albert Malyon and then by Thomas Hardacre.

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