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Built around 1580 this is probably the oldest surviving house in the village. The building with the red windows was at one time Heptonstall Co-op.
The Cross In Hepstonstall was built in 1617 on the site of an older hostelry. The Grade 2 listed building has also been known as the Union Cross. The facade on Town Gate is from the Victorian era.
The building on the right was the Heptonstall Co-operative Industrial Society - built on the site of 7 former cottages on Church Street. The Co-op was established in 1860, in rented premises and moved into a new shop in 1866. Note the glass structure…
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