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Haverhill White Hart

Haverhill White Hart

also traded as Old White Hart

closed February 2013

last owner/operator: Ind Coope

70 High St, CB9 8AR

grid reference TL 673 452

The pub was found boarded up, with "sold" signs when visited in June 2013.

The upper floor has since been converted into flats, with a property management/estate agency on the ground floor.

The original White Hart was on the corner of Duddery Hill and High St. and was the only Suffolk pub owned by Hawkes & Company, Brewers, Wine & Spirit merchants, from Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire. It was demolished about 1963 and rebuilt further back from the road, on or near the site of the Butcher's Arms, which was demolished at about the same time.





Historical interest

Historical interest




Historical information taken from Journal of the Haverhill and District Local History Group.

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

(some old PO directory information courtesy of