Hill Street

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Hill Street
Other Names
Former name(s)Corn Hill[1]
Butchers Row
Bullocks Hill
The Shambles
Junctions
JunctionsSwan Terrace
Croft Road
Exmouth Place
Landmarks
Places of WorshipSt Clements Church
Public HousesHole in the Wall
Kicking Donkey

This street on the hillside near St Clements Church was once named 'Butchers Row' due to the concentration of butchers in the area. Later it became known as Bullocks Hill, then ultimately Hill Street. A William Luck was granted a ten year lease on some premises in the area in 1595[2][3]. The meat trade in the area was controlled by a number of regulations issued by the Corporation.


Features[edit | edit source]

Name Street No From To
Hole in the Wall 20 1918 1971

Footnotes (including sources)[edit]

  1. Hastings of Bygone Days and the Present (Henry Cousins - 1911) pg.158 ISBN: 9789332862449 ESCC Library Google Books
  2. Town Records
  3. Historic Hastings, J. Manwaring Baines pg. 241 ISBN: 0948869003 ISBN: 9780948869006