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North front of Dulverton Laundry

DULVERTON LAUNDRY

Rams heads over the entrance to South Molton market.

This industrial building known as The Woolstore stands in the ancient parish of Codford St Peter on the south side of the High Street, where the ro

There was a great demand for knitted stockings from the late 16th century and many were produced by Castle Cary stockingmakers who employed large numb

The Somerset Heritage Centre was built in 2010 on a huge brownfield site in the Silk Mills area of Taunton in the parish of Norton Fitzwarren.

The success of the horsehair industry in Castle Cary was at least partly due to the availability of the hair as many horses were bred in the area i

Cloth was woven at Dunster by 1266 and cloths known as Dunsters were exported from the mid 16th century.

Transcription of the diaries of Robert Pearse junior, clothier, of Launceston. Transcribed by Dr Tony Wise.

Both Fideoak mill and Longaller mill in Bishops Hull were on Fideoak manor and were fulling mills in 1578 and presumably until the 17th century.

Unlike the other Bishops Hull mills Roughmoor mill was not on the river Tone but on one of its northern tributaries.