Sow Hill, Market Place, Beverley, 1912 (archive ref PH-4-8)

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Sow Hill was first recorded in 1585 and was formerly a pig market, which was classed as the north part of Saturday Market. Saturday Market was formerly part of the medieval High Street, also called Corn Market, mentioned from 1329. By 1577 it became known as Saturday Market.

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