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Dog & Pot

Picture source: Movement80

The Dog & Pot was situated on Rogers Lane. First referred to as 'The Dog's Head & Pottage Pot' in 1758 as an inn that had stabling for five horses and a coach house. The original building was demolished in 1900 and rebuilt as the present-day incarnation. The building has been noted as a good example of an Arts & Crafts-style public house. This pub shut in 2012 and has been renovated into a private home, the adjoining land also used for housing.
Source: John Orchard

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