An artists impression 54-62 High Street, c.1860 . The Apps shop was pulled down in 1865 and replaced by today's NatWest Bank. Built in a vastly different style of architecture from its neighbours, it could be said this building brought to the town a refreshing urban character when it was completed in 1867 (copy taken from "Tenterden A Pictorial History of a Market Town in the Weald of Kent" by R S Spelling)
58 High Street, Tenterden - built in 1865, completed in 1867. Originally known as The London & County Bank. In its early days in 1845 (location?) it was known as the Farmers Bank because of its farming connections.
58 High Street, Tenterden - London and County Bank. By a series of mergers the London & County changed its name several times, becoming the Westminster Bank in 1923. In 1970 it merged with the National Provincial Bank and became the National Westminster Bank, then to NatWest today.
58 High Street, Tenterden - Westminster Bank
58 High Street, Tenterden - 2017, NatWest