Arts and Crafts movement – imitation in the Suburbs

Though the classic and best examples of the arts and crafts movements are in our historic town centre, many of the houses in the large new suburb areas, drew inspiration from them.

These 1930s houses draw inspiration from the black-and-white fashion, that recalled medieval black-and-white buildings that are traditional.
row of semi detached houses with bow windows
These houses on Godwin Road (1932) have the same bow fronts as Ernest Newton’s Royal Bell Inn on the high street.
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