5 Market Street Rugeley
In 1856 Rugeley town was rocked by the trial of Dr William Palmer, who was born and worked in Rugeley. He was found guilty of poisoning his associate, John Parsons Cook, with strychnine – the first trial of its kind. The murder took place in The Shrew, just across the street from his house. Among other victims, he was also widely believed to have murdered his wife, four of his five children, and his brother.
We carried out a full strip-out and refurbishment for the landlord of the exact property that these events took place! The works were as follows:
• Full strip out
• New wall linings
• Suspended ceilings
• Tape jointing
• New kitchen fitout
• Hot water system
• LED lighting
• Electrical reconfiguration (sockets, wiring etc.)
• Shop window display shelving
• Full service to shop entrance doors
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