Formerly the centre of the weaving industry, this picturesque cobbled street is flanked by medieval houses made of wood and brick. To the north (Tombland) stands the church of St Simon and St Jude, built in late-Perpendicular style, and divided into floors used by local businesses. Further up, on the right, note the 15C thatched Briton Arms as well as a medieval church, St Peter Hungate.
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