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Glyn Arms

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The Glyn Arms was situated on Cann Common. This grade-II listed pub is now in residential use.

Source: David Fisher
 
My father William Ben Rose, bought the Glyn Arms In 1953, and sold it 1964. The new owner never reopened the pub. The door on the left hand side, was the shop entrance. This opened at 7.30 am for the drivers of a haulage firm just across the road and closed the same time as the pub, 10.30. My parents worked very hard at the Glyn my father also delivered Esso Blue and had a taxi service that included taking school children to school at Shaftesbury. and for the last 3 yrs had a full time job at Marglass Sherbourne.
Paula Catlin (October 2019)
 
Listed building details:
Probably originally a pair of cottages, subsequently a public house, now a single dwelling. Colourwashed rubble with thatched, gable-ended roof. Brick stacks to gables and intersection of wing. L-plan. 2 storeys, 6 window range. 2-light casements with glazing-bars. C20 part glazed door. Part in Cann parish.

 


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