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Temple Row

Temple Row is the row of properties that once lined the eastern edge of the churchyard of St Giles. Historically it was a residential area at the rear of Yorke Street (in the 19th century the churchwardens regularly complained about the locals hanging out their clothes on the churchyard railings to dry!).

Temple Row, along with the properties it backed on to on Yorke Street, was demolished in 1967 to allow greater flow of traffic along Yorke Street, which was then an ‘A’ road passing through the town centre.

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