TEMPLE STREET (Snow Hill)
Shown in Taylor’s map of 1755 as a pathway, Grey Pea Walk, this
street, in the 19th Century, was the home for several
Robert Plot's Natural History of Staffordshire says that
Wolverhampton's water supply came from "four week springs" all of which
rose together behind the Cock Inn. The Cock Inn was near this fold
on what is now called Victoria Street. So the fold must be named
after the source of the town's water supply.