Historic Buildings


There are several 17th century half timbered buildings in Tenbury, although many are obscured by Georgian and Victorian brick frontages. The obvious 17th century buildings are the pubs of which the most ornate is the Royal Oak, with the oldest probably being the Pembroke House. There is a diverse collection of architectural styles ranging from Elizabethan through Georgian and Victorian to Art Deco of the 1930s examples of this being The Regal Theatre and the Lloyds Bank building.

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