The Globe Inn was at the present day 30 Cheltenham Road in Longlevens.  The King Edward VII pub is almost opposite the site of the Globe Inn.

The Gloucester Journal reported on 17th January 1903 that Mitchell & Butlers, brewers of Cape Hill, Birmingham had requested the ‘removal of a license now in force and held by William Short for the sale of beer to be drunk or consumed on or off the premises known by the name of the Globe Inn from the said premises intending to be erected on a piece of land 2,228 yards from the said Globe Inn.’

Licensing Details:

Owner in 1891: James Cugley

Owner in 1903: Mitchell & Butler, Cape Hill, Birmingham

Type of licence in 1903: Beerhouse

Rateable value in 1903: £25.0s.0d.

Landlords at the Globe Inn:

1861 Edward Stone ‘Innkeeper and Grocer’

1891,1903 William Short

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