Ickleton Photo Gallery
Update: 03Jul19 12:34
Now (2017) there is a single pub in the village, but within living memory there were six. Like many other village institutions, pubs are in decline. Search for '#pubs'. Found 17 matches.
B245 - on right, Mrs Caswell (nee Connie Thompson)? at the Jolly Butchers, Abbey Street
A411 - the White Horse c1900
A014 - White Horse, Abbey Street, 1993
A510 Village shop & Jolly Butcher's pub, Abbey Street, 1914
A318 - Headless Duck, 26 Abbey Street
A381 - The Red Lion, Abbey Street, 1927?
A435 - Mr. Tarry landlord of Red Lion. The pub offered B&B at the time. Note the Cyclist Touring Club plate, 1960s?
A434 - Red Lion business card produced by the Tarrys and probably aimed at B&B clients
A163 - The New Inn, Brookhampton St., 1910s
A164 - Former New Inn, Brookhampton St., 1994
A136 - Duke of Wellington, Church Street, 1927
A516 - Duke of Wellington, Church Street, 1990s
A096 - Frogge Street, 1994
A523 - The Beehive, John & Emily Chilton, 1910s
A534 - Greyhound Pub & Mr Ryder 1907
A535 - The Greyhound Pub after closure c.1980s
A536 - the Greyhound Pub c.1910
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