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Still Vaults

 

 


 
The Still Vaults was situated at 39 Westlode Street.
Source: J Green
 
My grandparents, Henry and Francis Hase, ran the Still Vaults in Westlode St in the late 1940s (I think) until 1965 or so. I used to spend holidays there as a child (we lived in Nottingham) from around 1958 to 1965 when they moved to the Rose Inn. My grandmother ran the B and B and my grandfather, Pop, ran the pub. There were a number of characters that used to frequent the pub. I used to fish in the Welland behind the fire station and catch eels and sell them in the pub for sixpence each. Sometimes Id be allowed to play bar billiards and drink shandies. One afternoon a policeman came into the bar and I had to hide under the legs of some of the patrons.
Stewart Hase (April 2018)
 

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