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Corby Glen
 
Corby Glen, Market Place, Fighting Cocks Inn
Corby Glen, Market Place, Fighting Cocks Inn
Corby Glen, Market Place, Fighting Cocks Inn

"Public. house. C17 with C19 alterations"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062817 

DB 15 April 2018 

Corby Glen, Fighting Cocks, Inn
Corby Glen, Market Place, March Hare
Corby Glen, Market Place, March Hare
Corby Glen, Market Place, March Hare

Tea Room & Bakery formerly a doctor's surgery.

https://themarchhare.eu/ 

Building is dated 1893. 

DB 15 April 2018

Corby Glen, Market Place, March Hare, Tea Room
Corby Glen, Market Place, Market Cross
Corby Glen, Market Place, Market Cross
Corby Glen, Market Place, Market Cross

"The market cross was erected in Market Place during the 14th century and is believed to stand in or near its original location"

http://www.southkesteven.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=8056&p=0 

Pevsner suggests the shaft of the cross dates from the 18th century, but the base is medieval. 

DB 15 April 2018

Corby Glen, Market Place, Cross
Corby Glen, Market Place, Panoramic View
Corby Glen, Market Place, Panoramic View
Corby Glen, Market Place, Panoramic View

"The wapentake of Beltisloe, established in the 10th century under Danelaw, met in the Market Place and dealt with civil, fiscal and military concerns.

A market and fair charter was granted in 1239 by Henry III which permitted a weekly market and three annual fairs; the annual sheep fair is the oldest in Britain"

http://www.southkesteven.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=8056&p=0 

DB 15 April 2018 

Corby Glen, Market Place, wapentake, Beltisloe, Danelaw, charter, Henry III, sheep fair
Corby Glen, Market Place, Pump
Corby Glen, Market Place, Pump
Corby Glen, Market Place, Pump

C19 water pump.

DB 15 April 2018

Corby Glen, Market Place, Pump
Corby Glen, St John Evangelist
Corby Glen, St John Evangelist
Corby Glen, St John Evangelist

The church of St John the Evangelist in Corby Glen is largely Perpendicular work though the north aisle is from the Decorated period.

The building is famous for its medieval wall paintings discovered in 1939.

Mark Acton, 2014

Corby Glen, St John Evangelist church
Corby Glen, St John Evangelist, wall painting
Corby Glen, St John Evangelist, wall painting
Corby Glen, St John Evangelist, wall painting

A medieval wall painting in the north aisle of the church of St John the Evangelist in Corby Glen.

Mark Acton, 2014

Corby Glen, St John Evangelist church, wall painting
Corby Glen, Willoughby Memorial Gallery
Corby Glen, Willoughby Memorial Gallery
Corby Glen, Willoughby Memorial Gallery

"The Willoughby Memorial Library and Art Gallery is the former grammar school established in 1673 by Charles Read, a wealthy shipping magnate" 

http://www.southkesteven.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=8056&p=0 

Restored and endowed by Lord Ancaster 1965 in memory of his son Timothy who was lost at sea in a Mediterranean storm.

http://www.willoughbygallery.com/ 

DB 15 April 2018

Corby Glen, Willoughby Memorial Gallery, Charles Read, Grammar School