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The Black Horse Inn, circa 1910.

The brick built, thatched roofed, Black Horse Inn stood on Thurmaston Main Street, opposite the parish church. In the background can be seen the high roofed outline of the Wesleyan Methodist chapel. What were the houses like that stood in-between the inn and the chapel?

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The Harrow Inn Darts Team.

The Old Harrow Inn, like many other public houses in Thurmaston, has fostered team activities. This picture shows members of the Harrow's darts team, seated around the landlady Nellie Bailey. Can you identify any of the other people in the photograph? Do you know when the picture was taken? Some people in the photograph are identified, to see their names point the cursor at their faces.

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Mr. Jim Hewing of Thurmaston

Mr. Jim Hewing (1915-1988) of Thurmaston is the man on the far left of the picture (Number 1). Can you help the Thurmaston Heritage Group with the identity of the other men in the picture? Do you know when and where the picture was taken? Do you know if the men are members of a social club, public house team, or political club? Some people in the photograph are identified, to see their names point the cursor at their faces.

See more information about Jim Hewing in the Thurmaston Military Indexes - click on the link Gunner Hewing

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Last update 28.07.2014

Mr. Jeff Williamson Nellie Bailey, Landlady of the Harrow Inn Mr. Jack Buswell Believed to be Arch Smith William 'Dick' Russell Jim Hewing