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New Inn, Sarisbury
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Brief Description: View of New Inn, Sarisbury showing public house with small child outside and shop, about 1910.
Subject Date: About 1910
Creator: Copied by: Dine, Derek; Hampshire County Library;
Owner: Hampshire Library and Information Service
Contributor: Hampshire Library and Information Service
Full Description: The New Inn has the wording Strong's Romsey's Ales on side wall and Luncheons and Teas Provided, Strong's Romsey's Ales and Wines, Spirits and Minerals on the front wall. It faced the green and occupied the site for at least 150 years. Later the inn was taken over by Whitbreads Brewery and became the Bat and Ball. Reference: 1. Emery, John. 1985. Fareham in old Picture Postcards, p. 115. Copy photograph of a photograph.
Place: Sarisbury, Fareham Borough, Hampshire
Subject: building, public house, inn, New Inn, Bat and Ball, brewery, Strong, Whitbread, ale, shop
Name Subject: New Inn, Bat and Ball, Strong Brewery, Whitbread Brewery
Content Type: Photograph
Location: Fareham Library
Local Ref: 316/2/1
Unique ID: hs-hl-hs2376-i-00-000.jpg
IPR: Hampshire Library and Information Service - Hampshire County Council

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