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The Coach & Horses when a Tolly house. Source: Cambridgeshire Collection, Cambridge Central Library. Reproduced in Trumpington Past & Present, p. 70.

The Coach and Horses

The Coach and Horses pub now the Wok n Grill

The Coach & Horses public house: the original two storey building, dating from the early 17th century, was timber-framed and plastered, with a tiled roof, attics and cellars. Now the Wok n Grill.
Sources of information: The Victoria History of the Counties of England (1982). A History of Cambridgeshire and the Isle of Ely, Volume VIII. Armingford and Thriplow Hundreds. Trumpington.

Trumpington Local History Group web page on the Coach and Horses

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