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Hastings Court (Collingham)
Colour image2003 Parade of modern shops named after Lady Betty Hastings, local benefactress. The shops include a delicatessen, florists, pharmacy, fish and chip shop and a wine merchants. A dental practice and offices occupy the upper floors.
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Hastings Court, Leeds Road (Collingham)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Hastings Court, named after Lady Elizabeth (Betty) Hastings the once Lady of the Manor. Born in 1682 she suceeded her brother George (8th Earl of Huntingdon) to lands and property. A generous and charitable woman she never married and died in 1739 making gifts to churches and institues. Hastings Court is a parade of shops housing, The Daisy Shop, The Delicatessen, Fenton's Chemist, J. Utley's and the house of Townend on the far right. On the far left is Leeds Road. Frith/379/C265/5
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