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THE VILLAGE PUB

The Village Pub, the Hurdlers Arms, Binley, Hampshire. This small red brick pub was first use by local woodsmen who made Hurdles, wooden moveable fences, often used for sheep pens as well as pens for other animals. The pub is over three hundred years old and is mentioned in William Cobbetts, ‘Rural Rides.’
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Village Pub, the Hurdlers Arms, Binley, Hampshire.
The Village Pub, the Hurdlers Arms, Binley, Hampshire. This small red brick pub was first use by local woodsmen who made Hurdles, wooden moveable fences, often used for sheep pens as well as pens for other animals. The pub is over three hundred years old and is mentioned in William Cobbetts, ‘Rural Rides.’

Filename: ENGLISH VILLAGE PUBS UK 17HSB-10100478.jpg
Size: 5212x3408 / 9.5MB
From gallery: THE VILLAGE PUB
Source: Homer Sykes
Date: 25 Aug 2014
Location: UNITED KINGDOM
Credit: Homer Sykes Copyright
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Keywords:
  • Village Pub
  • Hurdlers Arms
  • Binley
  • Hampshire
  • Pony and Trap
  • Public House
  • Archival
  • Archive Stock
  • Social History
  • Arts Culture And Entertainment
  • 1990-1999
  • 1991

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