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Product images of The Old Greyhound Public House, Bilston, Mid 20th century
Product details The Old Greyhound Public House, Bilston, Mid 20th century
The Old Greyhound Public House, Bilston, Mid 20th century
The building, erected around 1450, was originally designed as a manor house by John de Mollesley, and called Stowheath Manor. In 1820, the building became a public house called the Greyhound and Punchbowl Inn. In 1936 it was bought by the brewery William Butler & Co. and restored by J. A. Swan).
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- Wolverhampton Arts and Heritage