Dunkirk Inn, Dunkirk, Hawkesbury Upton

Located just to the East of Hawkesbury Turn Pike (The junction of France Lane and the A46), and just before the fork in the road (on the A46) to Stroud and Cirencester, this Coaching Inn was ideally located on the main coaching route from Bath to the East and Midlands. Little is known of its […]

Maypole Inn, The Plain, Hawkesbury Upton

The Maypole was probably named after the Maypole that would likely have been on the village green in front of it. Thought to have been in existence in 1630 it would have been in the ideal position, in the center of Upton overlooking the area where the village fair was held, and also the market […]

Butchers Arms, Ampney Crucis

The building, situated in the north western corner of the village, dates from 1847. The Butchers Arms once brewed its own beer. On 4th September 1899 the Butchers Arms and brewery were sold to the Stroud Brewery Company for £1,875 due to the illness of the owner, Charles B. Radway. The Butchers Arms was described in the […]