Nos 2-5 The Croft have considerable group value with their variations in width, height and roof pitch. No 5 is probably early 19th century, double fronted and well proportioned with a quiet dignity; clearly, a much higher status property than its neighbours. It stands on the site of the ancient "pie powder" court which sought to regulate the annual fairs on The Croft. in the early 20th century it was the home of George Grimwood, lessee of the Quay Lane Gas Works.
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