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A stroll around town 17


THE BUTTERWALK Duke Street has some of the town’s most historic buildings including the Butterwalk which dates back to around 1635. Its intricate carved wooden facade is supported by magnificent granite columns.


LOWER ST/BAYARDS COVE Lower Street is packed full of shops and restaurants includ- ing the historic Bayards Cove Inn which is the second oldest building in the town. At the end of the road is Bayards Cove with its beautiful cobbled street and 16th century fort.


BROWNS HILL STEPS These steps are a picturesque hidden gem found at the very end of Foss Street and behind Newport Street. The steps are often lined with flowers put out by local residents.


SMITH ST/HIGHER STREET Smith Street and Higher Street have the feeling of a special quarter that’s set slightly apart from the rest of the town. There’s a great atmosphere in these back streets which are home to a popular deli, coffee shops, historic pubs and the town’s famous book shop


which boasts a connection to the real Christopher Robin of Winnie the Pooh fame.


FOSS STREET This historic and pedestrianised street, lined with potted plants and hanging floral displays, is one of the most photographed parts of the town. Foss Street is so named because in the 13th century it had water running through it and was known as the Fosse dam.


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