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The area has had, in its history, pubs named the Blue Pig, the Blue Lion, the Blue Horse, the Blue Dog, the Blue Bull, the Blue Cow, the Blue Ram, the Blue Sheep, the Blue Lamb, and (a single human amongst the animals) the Blue Man.
(There is also a small street, Blue Gate.) These names have their roots in a 19th-century political rivalry over the membership of Parliament for the constituency of Grantham, between the Manners family (the Duke of Rutland from Belvoir Castle) and the Brownlow family (from Belton House).
La Chambre le Roi at the time of Richard III extended for the whole of the first floor of the Inn, with the two mullioned bay windows for both ground and first floors, that can be seen here, at each end of the room.The gateway arch of the Angel Inn, as it stood in the 19th century, was older than the rest of the front of the building.On either side of the arch were carved heads of Edward the Third and of Queen Philippa his consort.In 1802, William Manners owned nearly all of the houses, and pubs and inns, in the borough.The 1802 election was fiercely contested by Manners, and after three days the results were: Welby (who took the seat) and Thornton were supported by Lord Brownlow and the Duke of Rutland.
The ratio of registered sex offenders to all residents in this city is much lower than the state average.