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Report - The Bulls Head, Leicestershire - April 2014

Goldie87

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#1
Can't really find much history on this one, but from 1750 the Gartree Hundred met here, where local jurors would carry out administration, justice and taxation. The pub has been sat derelict for possibly over ten years now, gradually falling into disrepair. There was a planning application to demolish the pub and build seven houses, which was refused, an appeal on the decision was also refused.

Passed here lots of times over the years and always wanted to have a look, but just never seemed to get round to it. One day recently I suggested to jacquesj that we should stop by there, so we headed over for a quick look. It was a fairly nice little place, a bit empty, but pretty untouched considering how long its been sat there.

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NoirLune

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There is indeed scaffolding on the front. I'll put a report up from my visit and mention some stuff I've discovered ;)
 

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