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Lost Pubs In Newmarket, Cambridgeshire

Name Year Closed Information  

Black Bear

  High Street. Publican in 1916 was Philip Spurling.  

Black Horse

  High Street. Publican in 1916 was Joseph Woollard.  

Bushell Inn

  Drapery Row. Publican in 1916 was William Johnson.  

Carpenters Arms

  82 All Saints Road.


2010 28 High Street. Now used as a tea shop.

Horse & Groom

19th c. High Street.  

Marquis Of Granby

  65 Granby Street.


  68 Mill Hill.


1989 Rookery Precinct. Closed following a fire.  

Royal Coronation Hotel

  13 Station Approach.


  75 High Street.


  St Marys Square.  


1931 Wellington Street. Previously known as The Fox & Goose and The New Wellington.  


  Regent Street. Now demolished and replaced by housing.  

White Lion

  216 High Street.  


  Drapery Row. Publican in 1916 was Frederick Filby.  

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