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There has been an inn on this site since the 13th century, which later became known as the Greyhound Inn. It is said to have got its name in Tudor times, when the silver greyhound was the badge of the royal messenger.
In 1851, The Greyhound was billed as 'Commercial Inn, Greyhound Corn Exchange, Excise Office'. In 1910, the words 'The Greyhound Hotel' appeared on the exterior of the building, then owned by Walter Trump. It is possible that it was also called The Black Greyhound, at one time, presumably because there was a 'White Greyhound' next to The Bull Hotel.
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