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Shorey Well

This well on the banks of the Brun was one of the town’s main sources of drinking water until the 19th century. The well was approached along Shorey Street or by stepping stones across the river from Dawson Square. The well head can still be seen in the Grammar School garden.

Image Source = Kris Baxter
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