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The Bar is the ancient remnant of Beverley's Northern Toll gate, which defined the Northern limit of the town. Inside the city city side of the Bar the bi-annual horse fair was held on the street within the bar while the bi-annual sheep fair was...More
As you walk through from Saturday Market, passing St Mary's Church into the Georgian Quarter you will see the only remaining Beverley gate, the North Bar, ahead of you. It was built over six hundred years ago and was one of the four bars or...More
Whilst dodging the traffic on the way back to our car we paused at this well-described piece of history. There is an informative plaque and it is simply a pleasant pause to reflect on the history of this beautiful, buzzing, classy small town.
Situated at the North end of the town, Beverley's North Bar is also known as the Georgian Quarter. It has a number of independent shops, cafes and restaurants where you are bound to find something a little bit more interesting than the usual High Street...More
As you can gather from other reviews, this small archway isn't something you would travel miles to see. If you are in the lovely town of Beverley already however, you should certainly pop along.
It's not just the fact that this old bar is the...More