Public Houses – Pubcrawl If we could turn time back, I would start at my old local: The Greengage.
I would like to see the old “gang” from the mid-60’s, and here i am trying hard to remember all names – hope I haven’t forgoten them all: Peter, Colin, Bernard, another Peter, David. What memories, especially the Ipswich Town fraction: Peter, Colin and Bernard. We have seen some great matches together – and have enjoyed a pubcrawl by road on our way home from Portman Road!! (I was the only one who had a car, so I can remember the trips fully!! (No alcohol :-() (Michael Arbon)
Miss The Falcon so many good times there after college yes it was Greene King, but still a lovely pub. (William James)
Sure I see Burys Mr Stump-Sculptor (John Williams) making a start on the poor old oak in front of the pub in Ingham this morning. There was a tower ready for him, It’s going to be a big one! (Carl King)
Can you remember when you were first served food in a BASKET. My first experience of this was in the late 70’s, scampi & chips in the grapes pub. (Martyn Adams)
Can anyone remember the name of the pub over the road from the police station on raingate street? (Anthony Bird)
If anyone comes across the picture of The Billy (King William) pub could they bump it up to the top for me please? I’ve spent ages looking for it and can’t find the post. Thanks 🙂 (Tina Perry)
Do anyone remember the Dolphin pub in Cannon Street. (Susan Cowlin)
I am always on the look out for photographs of old public houses as they were. I have been in the process of researching them, and located a full list of all of the old public houses and Inns of Bury St Edmunds.
So… Here is the list. Adam & Eve, Admiral Hervey, Admirals Head, Anchor, Angel, Angel and Crown, Army & Navy, Beehive, Bell, Blackbirds, Black Boy, Black Bull, Black Girl, Black Lion, Bricklayers Arms, Britannia, British Queen, Bushel, Butchers Arms, Carpenters Arms, Castle, Chaise and Pair, Chequers, Coach and Horses, Coachmakers Arms, Cock, Cock and Pye, Cricketers, Cross Keys, Crown and Anchor, Cupola House, Dog, Dog and Partridge, Dolphin, Dove, Duke of Edinburgh, Duke of Wellington, Duke of York, Dukes Head, Railway Tavern, Elephant and Castle, Everards Hotel, Exchange, Falcon, Finsbury Arms, Fountain, Fox, Fox and Hounds, Gallon Can, George and Dragon, George Inn, Globe, Golden Fleece, Grapes, Great Head, Green Dragon, Greyhound, Griffin, Half Moon, Hare and Hounds, Heart in Hand, Horse and Groom, Hunted Stag, Ipswich Arms, Joiners Arms, Jolly Toper, Jolly Wagoners, King Of Prussia, Kings Arms, Kings Head, King William, King William IV, Lamb and Fleece, Linden Tree, Locomtive, Lord Kitchener, Magpie, Market Tavern, Marquis of Cornwallis, Masons Arms, Mercers Arms, Mermaid, Mitre Inn, New Inn, Norfolk Coffee House, Nutshell, Oddfellows Arms, Old Angel, One Bull, Pheasants, Pig, Playhouse Bar, Plough Inn, Prince of Wales, Priors Inn, Queens Head, Railway Hotel, Ram, Recruiting Sergeant, Red Lion, Risbygate Tavern, Rising Sun, Robin Hood and Little John, Rose, Rose and Crown, Royal Oak, Rutland Arms, Saint Edmunds Head, Saracen’s Head, Segment, Selby’s Porter Shop, Seven Stars, Shepherd and Dog, Ship, Shoulder of Mutton, Six Bells, Soldier’s Home, Southgate Brewery, Spotted Dog, Spread Eagle, Stag and Dog, Star, Suffolk Hotel, Suffolk Hunt, Swan, Sword in Hand, Talbot, Tavern, Ten Bells, Theatre Tavern, Three Bulls, Three Cranes, Three Goats Head, Three Horseshoes, Three Kings, Three Tuns, Tollgate Inn, Two Brewers, Tyger, Victoria, Vine, Unicorn, Wagon, Wheatsheaf, White Hart, White Horse, White Lion, Wine Vaults, Woolpack.