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Bell Inn, Attenborough, Nottinghamshire


 

In researching the family tree I found that Henry Day was Keeper of The Bell Inn in Attenborough in the 1830's. His son Edward is recorded as Publican in the Census of 1861. It is mentioned in M.H. Barker's Walks Round Nottingham published in 1835. I am not sure when it closed but I have a very poor copy of a photo taken in 1974 showing it converted to a cottage.
Source: Colin Day

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