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Ram Hotel

The Ram Hotel was situated at 59 Wide Bargate. It closed in 1990, by which time it was known as The Aardvark, and has now been converted into flats. There was a Ram Hotel on this site since 1564. The publican in 1896 was H Budge, in 1901 Charles Watts, and in 1919 Edwin Littlewood. The yard of the pub is now used as a car park.
This pub was owned by the Soulby, Son & Winch brewery until 1951 when it was purchased by JW Green of Luton.
Adam Cartwright (April 2011)
Stayed at the Ram for a couple of weeks when working close by building a commercial glass house. l remember a massive St Bernard dog who would greet us every day by knocking me off my feet in total delight to see a friend. This was in 1979-80.
John Upton (October 2017)

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Name Dates Comments
Treacy Clayden 1984/1985 Landlady

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Date of photo: 2018

Picture source: Google Streetview