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Bridge Inn, Twenty Pence Inn, Wilburton

History of the Bridge Inn

Bridge Inn Wilburton (Twenty Pence Inn) OS map 1901

Twenty Pence Inn 1982

1982:

The landlords of the Twenty Pence Inn near Cottenham invited the Queen and the Prime Minister to a party to celebrate the introduction of the new 20p coin. But they both had other engagements. A special Twenty Pence Ale – brewed for the occasion – was on sale but could only be bought with a 20 pence coin. A display of old brewing equipment was loaned from Haddenham Farmland Museum and music supplied by Cottenham Brass Band and the Steve Anthony Duo. (Press 10/6/1982)

Twenty Pence Inn 1991

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