Lots of Cheltonian’s know The Bayshill Inn, but probably none knew it had a very close rival at one time. The Bayshilll Union so aptly named because these pubs were joined together at the back of each. The owner of the back pub who also had the horse stalls in the mews called his the Bayshill Union, I can imagine this as possibly to annoy the landlord of the Bayshill Inn. The Landlords’ in 1844 were Thomas Clark. { Inn } George Stokes. { Union }

Above information courtesy Martin Edwards.

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