These occupied the West side of the Market Square (across the Main Road) in the 14th century, and were used for many purposes by the inhabitants, particularly by the Market traders when markets were held as often as four times a week.
The buildings were demolished in the early 17th century to widen the roadway to accommodate the increase of traffic passing through the Borough to Leicester and London.
At the rear of the Town Hall runs Wood Street, which also contains buildings worthy of note.
Looking towards the end of this short street, facing you, you will see the other Manor House.
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