Malt Cross

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The Malt Cross is on St James Street in Nottingham city centre just off the Old Market Square. The building was built in 1877 and is one of only a few Victorian Music Halls still standing. The building takes its name from a monument that used to be in the market square and was a gathering place for many people. William Howie Wylie noted that "John Nelson, a Yorkshire stonemason and one of Wesley's earliest followers, preached once in the market place and once at the Malt Cross."

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