Wellington Museum, Somerset
The building used to be "The Squirrel Hotel". It was built in the 17th century and has porches and bay windows on the ground floor. The name is from the symbol of the Bluetts of Holcombe Rogus who were local landowners. It is a Grade II listed building.
This free museum focuses on firms and individuals that are or were based in Wellington, particularly those linked with the woolen industry. These focus on agriculture but also include iron founding. A bank note from Fox, Fowler and Company a private bank which was based in the town.
The building is also home to the town council and the Local History Society.
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