Wollaston

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Wollaston is a small town in Northants with a history of shoe making (including Doc Martens).     

It is supposedly the home for the LL model "Cobblers" but we think that the original may be in nearby Bozeat.

The town sign depicts the town's main trade of shoemaking
St Mary's Church  [IoE 233631]
2-4 Hickmere [IoE 233617]  on a hillside back onto the Churchyard
Keep House, 124 High Street [IoE 233628] The Hill 122 High Street [IoE 233627 Social Club of Scott Bader (the coľoperatively owned chemicals company)
Stables at Wollaston Hall [IoE 233630]  
Moat Cottage 4 Bell End [IoE 233605] Next door in Bell End (#2?)
   
  87 High Street [IoE 233634
The Boot Inn [IoE 233632 21 - 23 Hickmere [IoE 233620]
In Farmyard of Church Lane ?
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Church of St Romwald at nearby Strixton [IoE 233570]  is part of the benefice with Wollaston  

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