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Nags Head

 

 

 
The Nags Head was situated on Main Street. This ex-Home Brewery pub was built in 1833 and in 2004 was sold by Scottish & Newcastle Breweries and converted to a restaurant called The Lambley.
Source: Steve Peck
 
My family moved to Lambley in 1950 when my father, Eric Jay (or 'Lambley Jack' as he was known) became Manager of the new Water Station there. We lived at 16 Cromwell Crescent, the first occupants of a recently built and very comfortable Council House, so the Nag's Head was my father's local.
I remember that someone, a barber or just somebody clever with the scissors, would come to the pub once a month to trim the customers' hair to a neat 'short back and sides', and this was one night my father never missed visiting the Nag's Head.
Sonya Porter, nee Jay (May 2017)
 

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