The Grade II listed property is now a private residence in Silver Street on the road to Malmesbury (B4014) called the Old Fox House.
Wilts and Glos Standard, Saturday December 19th 1908: Letter to the Editor – Dear Sir, In your last issue of the Standard you have a paragraph referring to a ‘drunken brawl’. Your report stated it was in Fox Hill, outside Fox Hill Inn. So I wish to contradict the statement as it did not occur outside the Fox Inn, but about 50 yards down the hill, in fact it was just outside another public house, although some of my customers were mixed up in the brawl. I have spoken to the police about it, and was advised to write to you, as during my twelve months here the police tell me the house here was never best conducted, hoping you will contradict the statement in your next issue. And oblige, yours truly. Fox Inn, Tetbury. F. Ashfield.
Owner in 1891: Messrs N. &W. Cook, Tetbury Brewery
Rateable value in 1891: £14.7s.6d.
Type of licence in 1891: Alehouse
Owner in 1903: Messrs N. &W. Cook, Tetbury Brewery
Rateable value in 1903: £17.12s.6d.
Type of licence in 1903: Alehouse
Closing time in 1903: 11pm
Landlords at the Fox Inn include:
1830 Robert Taylor
1844 James Wakefield
1856 J. Hunt
1885,1906 William Compton
1913,1919 Frederick Ashleford (F.E. Ashelford in 1913)
1927 Frank Jefferies
1939 Percy Wilkins