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Binghams Hotel



The Binghams Hotel was a situated at 416 Victoria Street. This was sometimes listed as a beerhouse and others as Hotel. Publicans included Edward Bingham, Joseph Whitworth, Jas Robinson, George Padgett and Mr. Butt.  In 1874 George Ashley an ironworker from East St. Mary's Gate, Grimsby stole 15 and other articles from Henry Robinson the landlord of Bingham's and then ran off with the landlord's wife. In 1876 George Padgett was the landlord; he was charged with permitting drunkenness and also allowing prostitutes to assemble in his licensed premises. In around 1886 it changed to the Bakewell Hotel, and then the Empire Music Hall with Hotel. It was still there in 1935 and eventually demolished.
Source: Doreen Tyson

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