Historic England grants 11 pubs new listed protections

A pub that was loved by legendary actor Peter O’Toole and described by poet laureate Sir John Betjeman as ‘the very heart of Leeds’ is among 11 historic watering holes in England that have been given new protection.

The famous Whitelock’s Ale House is one of two to have had its listed status upgraded from Grade-II to Grade-II* – the second highest level – as part of a project to help save rare pub interiors.

Two others are listed for the first time, whilst a further seven already-protected…

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