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Coach & Horses

 


 

The Coach & Horses was situated at 68 Cleethorpes Road.
Source: Nigel Simmons
 
An old woman always sat outside playing a banjo and singing 'she’ll be coming round the mountain'; I think its the only song she knew. Unfortunately I didn't know her name - maybe someone can shed some light on this colourful character.
Peter Cross (March 2011)
This pub was operating as early as 1831. In 1858 the landlord was Benjamin Cooper, followed by James McSheen, Robert McSheen, Fred North, Matthew Monument (1906), Annie Monument (1958), the landlord was Cyril Pishorn (1967). In 1873 Landlord James McSheen applied to the magistrates for a spirit licence; he said the 'Coach and Horses' had been a licencsd beerhouse for 42 years and no complaint had ever been lodged against it. The building was demolished in the 1970's
Doreen Tyson (May 2012)

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