Cheltenham Original Brewery were the owners of the Sun Inn in 1891 and 1903. It was licensed as an ale house and had an annual rateable value of £23.5s.0d. in 1891, increasing slightly by ten shillings to £23.15s.0d. in 1903.

The Sun Inn is on the far right, the building with the ornamental lamp. Image: Pat Lewis. Days Gone by in Cheltenham (Facebook)
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Courtesy Michael Wilkes
The site of the Sun Inn.

240 High Street in first numbering system. The Sun Inn was demolished in the early 1980’s after being closed for some years. It retained its ‘West Country Ales’ signs to the end. The Sun Inn was halfway between Granville Street and Swindon Street (No.447) The site is now occupied by flats.

Landlords at the Sun Inn include:

1830 John Stockwell

1844 Mary Stockwell

1859 William Jenkins

1870 George Newport

1878 Henry Wright

1878 John Rowe

1883 Joseph Roebuck

1885 James Roebuck

1891 William Stanbridge

1902 Charles Wakeman

1903,1939 Frederick Charles Wakeman

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