Blue Bell Inn Blue Plaque

Blue Bell Inn Blue Plaque (Red)

Blue Bell Inn

Grade II Listed Building

1745-1911

Blue Bell Inn Blue (Red) Plaque
Photo by Paul Jones

One of only four public houses listed in the 1626 Manor Survey of Rochdale. The Blue Bell (rebuilt 1745) derives its name from the medieval church bell traditionally painted blue.

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20 Newgate, Rochdale

Joe Kozarzewski where was it exactly

Paul Jones Outside what was Yate’s on Yorkshire St

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