Recording the slow, sad death of the British pub
A bay-windowed pub originating from the late Victorian or Edwardian period, with some ornate decoration, overlooking Tipton’s rather windswept-looking market place.
Lovely building. It looks like it's got a blue plaque on the front that may indicate a connection with someone of historical importance. Any idea who this might be or what the plaque signifies?
Well spotted! It would appear to be Joseph Davies VC (1889-1976) - see here.
You got there before me Mudgie!