Public Houses

 

These are the known public houses in the village.
If you know of any more, or have further photos or information about these then please leave a comment.

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The Anchor: Anchor Cottage, Holywell Front [MD0541]
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The Boat Inn: joined to Ferry Cottage to create The Old Ferry Boat, Holywell Front [MD1124]
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The Brickmakers' Arms: demolished, was near the Brick and Tile Works, Needingworth Road, St Ives (by Silvaco roundabout) [MD1034]
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The Brother Stragglers, Duck's Nest: around 12, Church Street [MD1029]
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The Carpenters' Arms: now Long Acre, Bluntisham Road [MD0398]
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The Chestnuts: now 85, High Street [MD0224]
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The Ferry Boat: still a pub The Old Ferry Boat, Holywell Front
The George: now 25, High Street [MD0028]
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The Hammer and Anvil: now 53, High Street [MD0062]
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The Lion and the Lamb: now 1, Overcote Lane: also The White Lion [MD0727]
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Marsh Harrier [MD1260]
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The Pike & Eel: still a pub Overcote Lane [MD0757]
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The Queen's Head: still a pub 30, High Street [MD0035]
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The Red Bull: demolished, was near 68, High Street [MD1027]
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The Rose & Crown: now 29, High Street [MD0032]
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The Star (Possible): at 78, High Street [MD1142]
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The Three Horseshoes: now 86, High Street [MD0225]
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The Wheatsheaf: now 55, High Street [MD0064]
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The White Horse: now 7, High Street, Needingworth [MD0044]
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The White Horse: now Old Inn House, Back Lane [MD0663]
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  1. The Brickmaker’s Arms became the house for the manager of the chicory factory called “Tunari”.

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