Pixmore Way


Starting at the Town Square on your right you pass the former ICL building built 1964 (now refurbished as the Nexus Building). On your left The Roman Catholic Church of St Hugh of Lincoln, the presbytery and church hall.

Cross Gernon Walk and you reach the 1907 Urban Cottages Competition entries on the corners of Lytton Avenue, continue until you get to this competition winning entry of the 1907 Urban Cottages Competition, by C. M. Crickmer .



A little further along is the junction with Norton Way South and here on the corner is the Central methodist Church by George Baines and Son 1914 , a deep red brick and stone structure.



Cross Norton Way South , and continue past the end of Howard Park (all covered in another part of the tour) and across Rushby Mead. You are now looking along rows of housing which go as far as Baldock Road designed by Courtney M Crickmer or Letchworth Urban District Council in 1919 - 1921





Near the roundabout you reach St Pauls Church and some new buildings on the left that form a group in Gillison Close (see Pixmore Avenue). Crossing Baldock Road you reach Letchworth Gate leaving the town passing the Longabout and passing between the newer houses of Lordship and Jackmans estates before reaching the A1 (M)



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