Ale tasting. The Court Leet of the Manor of Wareham in Dorset, is one of the few surviving Court Leets. And is the remains of a once powerful feudal court system. <br />
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Mr Eddie Anderson, Ale Taster. Mr Herbie Elmes, the Bailiff of Court Leet, (who is drinking from a pewter mug  dated from the Great Fire of Wareham 1762.) Mr Cecil Mears, Ale Taster. Info thanks to  Suzanne Elmes.<br />
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My ref 7a/844/1974
ALE TASTING COURT LEET UK 1970S
Ale tasting. The Court Leet of the Manor of Wareham in Dorset, is one of the few surviving Court Leets. And is the remains of a once powerful feudal court system.

Mr Eddie Anderson, Ale Taster. Mr Herbie Elmes, the Bailiff of Court Leet, (who is drinking from a pewter mug dated from the Great Fire of Wareham 1762.) Mr Cecil Mears, Ale Taster. Info thanks to Suzanne Elmes.

My ref 7a/844/1974

Filename: Court Leet of the Manor of Wareham in Dorset, Img265.jpg
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Date: 6 Mar 2015
Location: WAREHAM Dorset UK
Credit: Homer Sykes
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