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The 1984 Abergavenny Street Survey

Introduction to the Street Survey of 1984, digitised and revised 2015 onwards The survey has been attempted to make a record of the main streets of Abergavenny. The town grew very gradually in size until the mid years of the 19th century, then it doubled in size. The Local History Society has concentrated on the […]

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Introduction to High Street

HIGH STREET  based on the original Abergavenny Local History Society  Survey 1980. This runs from the medieval north gate to the crossing of Flannel Street and Market Street.  The east side still shows burgage pattern, but almost certainly the “wedge” behind the west side which includes St John’s Church building, now used as a Masonic […]

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9 & 10 High Street, Old Bank – additional images

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Introduction to Frogmore Street

GENERAL BACKGROUND AND INTRODUCTION TO FROGMORE STREET This information is based on the original Abergavenny Local History Society Survey 1980. Numbers run from the medieval north gate, marked by the Abergavenny Local History Society Blue Plaque on number 2 Frogmore Street (HSBC Bank) to the junction with St Michael’s Road. Properties beyond the War Memorial […]

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17 Frogmore Street – Scott’s Tobacconists

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Ethel Lina White

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66 Frogmore Street – interior views 2016

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Introduction to Cross Street

CROSS STREET   Based on the original Abergavenny Local History Society Survey 1980. Today, the street extends from the Town Hall to the Swan, now converted from an inn to commercial use.  At one time, the premises below the Coach & Horses Inn (once the Sun Inn and, much earlier, the site of the south gate […]

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Gunter House

The individual properties that form Gunter House have also been covered on separate pages. They can be accessed from the Streets menu or from here: No 37   No 38   No 39   No 39A Gunter House – from the original Street Survey of 1980 The building needs to be considered as a whole. […]

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45 Cross Street – additional information

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