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Hadleigh Three Tuns

Hadleigh Three Tuns

also traded as The Tunns

Closed about 1911

106 High St

grid reference TM 025 426

An advert for sale in February 1911 states:

The well situate red brick built and tiled dwelling house now or recently known as the Tuns, the licence of which has been surrendered and which will be sold as unlicensed property.

Having 64' 6" of the High St, Hadleigh and containing on the ground floor: small entrance hall, dining room 18' x 13', second sitting room about 14' 3" square, and bar with separate entrance to street 18' x 17'; long room 22' x 10' 6" with entrance to yard.

At the back is kitchen with range and cupboards, pantry with shelves and safes, store room and passage with large wine cupboard.

Approached by 2 staircases are 3 large front bedrooms with stoves and dressing room and two bedrooms at the back. WC with water tank, filled from forced pump below…

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(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

(some historic detail from John Martin)

(** historic newspaper information from Stuart Ansell)

Old OS map reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland.

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