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The Globe Inn, Newmarket Road

529 Newmarket Road, The Globe Inn, Globe Brewery

History of The Globe Inn

1850s: brewery occupied by Thomas Evans

1860s: Francis Evans took over brewery

1883: brewery, 4 pubs and the Papermill House put up for sale. Part of the three storey brewery building survives.

Globe Brewery, 1981

1901: Fen Ditton

Benjamin Warboys, 50, publican, b Gamlingay

Elfleda House & The Globe, Newmarket Road 1901 OS mao,

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1913:

Charles D Leftley

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1918:

On the opposite side of the road were once famous tea gardens which even by 1921 were derelict.

Thiswas the site for Ditton Walk’s Victory celebrations in 1918. A Sergeant Cash lent the marquee, cutlery and all things for the victory celebration.

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1962:

P F Melbert

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‘Memories of Abbey and East Barnwell’:The Globe pub, which had been a popular local, became a problem during the 1980s as supporters gathered there, and this inevitably led to ‘trouble’ on match days. Eventually the pub was forced to stop trading on match days, which of course, damaged their trade, and finally it closed.

See Newmarket Road

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