Thursday, 24 May 2012
Behind the wall was the parsonage built in 1860 as the vicarage for St George's church.
I'm informed that the 1860 vicarage was demolished between the wars and replaced with the building we can see now.
What I'm still puzzled by is why the street is called Parsonage street, yet the building is always called the vicarage not the parsonage.
A contribution to signs, signs.