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The Globe Inn formerly known as the Sloop named changed during John Webber time as landlord.

Earliest Recorded licensee was William Hensley in 1865

Last recorded licensee was John Dunn in 1907

Later became Mills Shop and now Indoor Market

Photo courtesy of Blake Museum

 

Landlords to date are as follows
 
WILLIAM HENSLEY 1865 1871
JOHN LOCKYER 1871 1872
HENRY FOWLER 1872 1874
WILLIAM LOCK 1874 1875
CHARLES  PINKSTONE 1875 1878
EDWARD JARMAN 1878 1886
JOHN WEBBER 1886 1903
JOHN DUNN 1903 1907

Notes

14 March 1906

The Globe Inn formerly the Sloop owned by Starkey, Knight and Ford with Mr John Dunn the tenant.

There was a front bar with a small smoking room at the back and with a kitchen behind. There was a bowling alley at the rear.

There were three bedrooms and the state of the premises was very good.

The license was last transferred in 1899 and 1903. Mr Baker added that the Globe had some renovations done recently with the sanitary arrangements were very satisfactory. There was no complaint of conduct of the house and there was a large garden at the rear for stables to be erected.

Mr George C Strawbridge architect said between £400 and £500 were spent on the Globe around 5 years ago.