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Pennington Hall Park

Pennington Park had a mid-18th-century hall on a much older site. The site included a great barn, three coach houses, a stable for 19 horses, a shippon for 16 cows, a carthouse and a granary. The last resident was the brewer, George Shaw, and on his retirement in 1920 the hall and grounds were given to the town. The grounds were laid out as a public park. The site survives in part as Pennington Park.
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