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Late Medieval merchant's house in Worcester city centre

Built in 1480, with early 17th and 18th-century additions, this fine timber-framed house was rescued from demolition after the Second World War and has been carefully restored and refurbished.

An archway leads through to a delightful walled garden.

A window into Greyfriars

The exterior of the window frame has suffered more than inside

The exterior of the window frame has suffered more than inside

The windows at Greyfriars are in dire need of some tender loving care. Find out more about the history of the windows and the fundraising appeal that has been launched to conserve the fascinating mixture of old and new, recycled and repaired glass.

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