The Story of the Lamb . . .


SINCE work began on converting the Lamb Hotel into Chatterton House, the progress has been recorded in this website. Here are a selection of the pictures that charted the change over the years. 

The timeline from the beginning (2004) to completion of the transformation (2006) in two images

Left: The sorry state of the front of the Lamb Hotel as work begins on the conversion.

Above: The rear of the Lamb as site clearance begins

A panoramic view of the Church Lane frontage after the site is cleared. Far right is the Parish Hall.

Digging the foundations

The girder work goes in

Above and below: Three stages of the work seen from the church end of Church Lane

The Church Lane frontage makes progress. In the foreground is the builders' yard in the car park.

Two views from Nantwich Parish Church - looking along Church Lane - showing the progress. To the right, above, is the Parish Hall.

The Hospital Street frontage, as seen from both directions, in May 2006

Return to main page for the position in July 2006

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