Wood Gate



Wood Gate – 1884 Town Plan


Thomas owned three properties on Wood Gate[1], and probably occupied the space next to the original Police Court, close to his original factory on High Street. In 1894, he unsuccessfully sought planning permission to build a wooden stable at the back of No. 72 Wood Gate[2], which was subsequently occupied by the single storey extension to Loughborough Magistrates Court[3]. The other two properties were no doubt adjacent to No. 72 and may have provided an alternative access to his High Street factory.





  1. Wood Gate runs from High Street to Bedford Square and runs almost alongside the original High Street factory premises.

  2. Minutes of Loughborough Town Council, Highway and Sanitary Committee, 31st December 1894.

  3. Undergoing conversion in 2011.