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Notable Historic Buildings

This section includes a list of the most notable historic buildings in the Parish, but there are many other listed buildings.  For a full list go to:  British Listed Buildings.

Blackmore Park Mansion (since demolished)

Ancestral seat of the Hornyold family

Ewe and Lamb Pub (since demolished)

19th century pub in the heart of Hanley Swan.

Hanley Castle High School

Originally founded in the 14th century as a chantry school.

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Our Lady and St Alphonsus Catholic Church

19th century Roman Catholic church .

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St Gabriel's Church

A mid-19th century church with stained glass window by Thomas Denny.

St Gabriel's Hanley Swan Primary School

Built in 1862.

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St Mary's Church

A 14th century church with 17th century tower.

The Home of the Good Shepherd/Shepherd House/Highball Centre

Built for 'waifs and strays' in 1891.

The Swan Inn

A hostelry since the 1800s.

The Three Kings

An unspoilt 15th-century Grade II country pub on the village green, near the church.

Village Stores

Operating as a grocer's shop and post office since the19th century.

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