Blue Boys Inn, Wotton-under-Edge

Gloucestershire Echo, Monday 30th May 1910 – Meeting of creditors: A meeting of the creditors of William Gazzard, beerhouse keeper, formerly grocer, of the Blue Boys Inn, Wotton-under-Edge, was called on Saturday at the office of the Official Receiver, Gloucester, but only debtor attended, and the affairs remain in the hands of the Official Receiver.

Bell Inn, Pillowell

Gloucester Citizen, Thursday 20th June 1907 – Gloucestershire Licensing Committee, Coleford District: The Bell, Pillowell, West Dean, an ante-1869 beerhouse (owners Thomas Hill James, licensee Thomas Guest) was first considered.. Mr Stamford Hutton represented the Coleford Licensing Authority, and called Supt. Griffin, who said the house was in the open forest and was very difficult […]

West End Ale & Porter Stores, (318)High Street, Cheltenham

In 1858 the Landlord was Henry Beams, by 1878 the Landlord was John Jakeway. I believe the patrons of this establishment were quite cosmopolitan including women of ill repute and pickpockets, like most of the pubs in this area at that time. The pub was demolished in the early 1880s. This was to widen Ambrose […]

Hill End Off-licence (Dix’s), Twyning, Tewkesbury

Western Daily Press, 8th August 1980 – Mr West’s Diary “Why it’s last orders for Ellenor, 73”: Granny Ellenor Dix, 73, has a kitchen bulging with booze. Her living room and larder, too, are well stocked with beer, cider and wines. And any neighbour who knocks on her front door is sure to be offered […]