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Church Street North Walsham - North Walsham Photograph

Church Street North Walsham

(1918 to 1922 / North Walsham, Norfolk)

Immediately east of the church wall is Church Street — previously named Swan Street and Buck Street after inns which were sited there. Whilst the shop on the right is still a grocer's, the son, Mr. E.B. LeGrice, started a nursery business in 1920 and reached considerable fame in rose hybridisation, producing seventy-five commercial varieties. The White Swan, which was built in 1636, is still an inn.

Photograph. Church Street North Walsham (North Walsham Archive).

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