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Hop Bind High Street Cottenham

212 High Street, Hop Bine (Bind, Hopbind), Cottenham

History of the Hop Bine

See Francis Garrett, Cottenham’s Inns and Hostelries

1851 Benton Peck bought the site of a house burnt out in April 1850 and built the present public house and brewery.


Fight between Richard Haddow Norman and Benton Peck. Took until 1854 for Peck’s licence to be restored.

1877 Benton Peck died

1881 Hop Bine Public House

Ann Peck, 57, brewer and farmer of 15 acres, b Cottenham

Walter, 33, b Cottenham

Caroline, 20, b Cottenham

Sidney, 15, b Cottenham

Clara, 12, b Cottenham

Harriett Rodgers, 15, servant, b Cottenham

Samuel Leader, 26, servant, b Cottenham

Julia Woods, granddaughter, 2, b Cottenham

1886 Anti-Salvation Army Tea Party held at the Hopbind to protest against the Salvation Army establishing in Cottenham.

1891 Hop Bind

Ann Peck



Julie Woods, 11

Lizzie Wayman, 15, servant, b Cottenham

1897 Ann Peck left the Hopbind and handed over to her son Sidney.

1903 Sidney died aged 37, and his widow Annie Lizzie took over until she married Wright Spackman in 1905. Premises then leased to Bailey and Tebbutt.

1905 Fred Arnold


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