Provost's House (formerRectory), Edgmond, Shropshire: new west wing
The rectory stands to the south west of the parish church of St Peter. In the early 1900s, the rector was Arthur Henry Chetwynd Talbot, the provost of St Anne’s School in Abbot’s Bromley, and because of Taylor’s work at the school Talbot asked him to design a new west wing for the 14th century stone rectory. This was built of brick with black and white timbering on the first floor. The whole building is Grade II* listed. [Richard Fletcher]
The house was named the 'Provost's House' after Prebendary Arthur Talbot was appointed the Provost of Denstone College.