Glastonbury Experience, Courtyard Books and The Blue Note Café
1934; J Goldsmith window by G A Bloom
1844 Tythe No 377 house yard etc owned by Samuel Clare linen draper & grocer and occupied by Thomas Foxwell ironmonger and others
One house. Probably early C19. 3 storeys. Ashlar front. Moulded cornice, parapet. Plain pilasters flank front. 3 sashes with projecting voussoirs, thin glazing bars. Mid-C19 double-fronted shop with panelled Tuscan pilasters to left. Doorway with rectangular fanlight. Modern shop-window to right.