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WHITTON TOWER

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Tower house, built in the 14th century as a 'vicar's pele', later a rectory, now two units. A house was attached to the front of the tower in the mid 19th century. The building is irregular in plan, built of squared stone and ashlar with slate roofs. It was let out for use as a children's home in 1937.

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