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The Crown at Inchbrook by nwr
Date: 03/06/2007 Time: 18:22:14
My dad said that he remembers the buildings to the left of the Crown as three cottages with gardens running out from them towards the road and that they had outhouses round the back of them. He thinks they were pulled down in the early 60's.

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Betty M
Date: 03/06/2007 Time: 20:43:33
How interesting. You live and learn. Times change. I sometimes led boundary walks and the Crown was a valuable stopping point. Today, walking along Northfields road (12.30) I visited a well known pub. There were only two people there. Habits have changed a lot.

Incidentally, I reached the road works as I crossed from Fewster Road. The men were doing a splendid surfacing job, which obviously had to be done. I imagine Sunday was the least busy day. With the incredible number of cars, including gigantic vehicles on our A46 ,I wonder how long the extensive work which held things up so often will last?!

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The Crown at Inchbrook by nwr
Date: 03/06/2007 Time: 21:50:34
He mentioned that one of the families that lived at the cottages was named Mills. A relation perhaps Betty?

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Betty M
Date: 04/06/2007 Time: 10:50:36
Not as far as I know. Have not followed this family although I know there were Nympsfield connections. Slightly daunted by the pages of info about Newman/Clissold/Francis family which a relative researched (mid C19) and made me feel that I was related to everyone in Nailsworth so had better behave myself!!!

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Betty M
Date: 04/06/2007 Time: 11:18:21
Sorry.should be C20. My legs work but memory ??!! Anyhow, no Newman family left in Nailworth although they love visiting. New generation started this week. Am now a GREAT grandmum

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Steed
Date: 04/06/2007 Time: 17:00:27
Congratulations Betty on becoming a great grandmum.

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Wozie
Date: 04/06/2007 Time: 19:04:55
Congratulations, have you got a great grandson or granddaughter?

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Betty M
Date: 04/06/2007 Time: 23:38:22
Great grandson

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Not Required
Date: 13/06/2007 Time: 16:53:35
For some reason I was unaware of the proposals for the Crown or I would have objected to the plans. Has anything happened to it, do we know?

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Rover Returned.
Date: 14/06/2007 Time: 17:19:05
Looking on the SDC website, the planning application to rip the old pub down was refused in 2006 and the appeal against that decision is currently "in progress".

Anybody know any different?

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Dave
Date: 14/06/2007 Time: 21:59:55
The August '05 application is under appeal, there is a subsequent April '07 application that is pending a decision.

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The Crown at Inchbrook by phil
Date: 16/06/2007 Time: 21:25:05
i think it would be a terrible shame for the building to be knocked down. i lived in Nailsworth for thirty happy years and consider myself local! many happy memory's, dont let the city fashionable type take over and ruin our heritage just because its fashionable at the moment!!

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Barking
Date: 16/06/2007 Time: 22:01:33
It's interesting that in another thread somebody said that the house on the other side of the road (on the corner in the Renishaw grounds) had demolition consent refused.

Why should that one be refused, but the old pub that must have more heritage value be allowed to be knocked down?

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The Crown at Inchbrook by The Sober Rigger
Date: 16/06/2007 Time: 22:50:45
Hopefully it won,t Barking!!

(Once again,great postings tonight)

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The Crown at Inchbrook by Carey Hunt
Date: 17/06/2007 Time: 00:58:34

Quotation:
Why should that one be refused, but the old pub that must have more heritage value be allowed to be knocked down?


It's a great help if the B&B proprietor next door to said pub (a vehement opponent of the Crown reopening) and who is also the mother of a manageress of a rival pub at the top of the 'W' - happens to be a former Mayoress of Nailsworth and still influential on the local council....

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