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Then and Now: The Millwright Arms, Warwick
This fine pub still exists at 69 Coten End. It is first listed as a pub in 1880 but the building is much older and is described in detail in ...
A Pub Crawl With a Difference…
The Michaelmas Quarter Sessions of 1855 saw charges of passing on counterfeit coins against Richard Broome and Robert Kent. The depositions from the archives reveal what appears to be a ...
Particularly Variable Weather Report, Kineton, Summer 1844
The state of the weather has always been a crucial consideration for farmers, preoccupied as they are with crop yields and livestock husbandry. Both the length and the content of ...
Then and Now: The Hare and Hounds, Warwick
This pub is first recorded on the 1806 map of Warwick and was situated on Bridewell Lane, although it was later listed as being at 13, Barrack Street. This area of ...
Inns and Innkeepers in Warwickshire 1801-1828
An interesting set of information survives in the 19th century court records: the calendar of ‘Victualler’s Recognizances’. These have been transcribed by volunteers at the Warwickshire County Record Office and ...
The History of the Dugdale Arms, Nuneaton
I grew up in the Dugdale Arms, Nuneaton. Our family had run “The Dug, or The Duggie”, as it was known, since 1911, but its history extended further back than ...
The Last Days of the Dugdale Arms, Nuneaton
The Dugdale Arms in Nuneaton had been in my family since 1911. My mum and dad took over as landlords in 1957, having lived next door to The Dug (as ...
Memories of The Dugdale Arms, Nuneaton
The Dugdale Arms in Nuneaton, also known as The Dug, had been a pub since the 1860s. For the first 9 years of my life we lived at 36 Dugdale Street, ...
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