The Laverton Institute Built 1873 by Abraham Laverton, for public use; hall, reading room and school. WJ Stent architect. Town council offices from 1974.

Bratton Road, Westbury, United Kingdom

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Prospect Square Built by Abraham Laverton (1869), mainly for workers evicted for voting for him in an election. The case helped the campaign for The Secret Ballot Act (1872). W. J. Stent architect.

Bratton Road, Westbury, United Kingdom

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Bitham Mill Fulling mills (1573); earliest premises of woollen cloth industry in Westbury. Factory built 1803; extended and converted to steam in 1829. Closed in 1969.

Alfred Street, Westbury, United Kingdom

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Angel Mill Built in 1806 by Jn. & Wm. Laverton & Ben. Overbury. The first purpose-built steam powered factory in the area. Abraham Laverton owner from 1852. Closed in 1969.

Edward Street, Westbury, United Kingdom

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The Old Town Hall Built by Sir Manasseh Massey Lopes (1815). Rich. Ingleman architect. Court house with lock-up below. Library (1947-1970). Converted to commercial use (1972).

The market place, Westbury, United Kingdom

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Westbury House Built c1800, the home of John and William Matravers, owners of Angel Mill, who established a school here. Public library from 1970.

Bratton road, Westbury, United Kingdom

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The Lopes Arms Named after Sir Manasseh Massey Lopes who bought the manor and borough in 1810. Previously The Abingdon Arms. Venue for auctions and public events.

The market place, Westbury, United Kingdom

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35 Church Street Early 19th century building incorporating part of a medieval house, within the manor of Westbury Chantry. Henry Pinniger established his solicitor’s practice here (1819).

35 Church Street, Westbury, United Kingdom

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All Saints Church Probably on site of a Saxon church. Rebuilt in the mid 15th century. Third heaviest peal of eight bells in the world. Clock, with no face (1602).

The market place, Westbury, United Kingdom

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Westbury Swimming Pool Built by William Laverton to provide a pool and and ten private baths (1887). Modernised in 1984. One of the oldest operational public swimming pools in the country.

Church Street, Westbury, United Kingdom

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