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New Inn

Date of photo: 1998

Copyright Rex Needle and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

The New Inn was situated on Spalding Road. The publican in 1919 was John Coverley.
This was a grade-II listed Soames Brewery pub that was sold to Steward & Patteson in 1949. The pub closed on 30th October 1960 and has now been converted back to residential use.
Adam Cartwright (October 2012)
Listed building details:
Early C17. 2 storeys. Rubble, rusticated quoins. Steep roof of stone slates. 2 stone capped gable end, both with blocked circular windows. One canted 2-storey bay with 5-light stone mullioned windows. Other windows are mullioned, with 3 lights and modern casements. Circular window in gable end to right. 2 plain doors. To rear, one storey wing has pantiles with modern fenestration,
has plaque "Thomas Dawkins Anno Domini 1666."

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