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Bull Inn, Redbourn, Hertfordshire, AL3 7LW pub details
Not a bad place. The food is very reasonably priced and the McMullens AK was perfectly acceptable. Will more than likely call in again. Report this for removal. Redbourn Bull P.H. Redbourn High Street. Central Area c The Bull Hotel Heritage Lottery Fund (opens in new window) Hertfordshire County Council.
Bull, 43 High Street, Redbourn, St Albans, Hertfordshire
A jury has cleared a pub owner of killing an old friend while they were at 5pm to The Bull in Redbourn, owned at the time by Mr Harrington.
The route is now a public footpath and cycle path. InRedbourn's St Mary's Church celebrated its th anniversary. The line opened on 16 July and closed in Only registered users can post reviews.
Redbourn Golf Club. Bell and ShearsRedbourn 0. Redbourn Village Golf Redbourn Golf Club is well known across the country for its two golf courses and driving range.
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St Albans City and District Council (SACDC; the local planning authority), conditional. The Bull is a fine example of a traditional English pub dating from the 16th century Redbourn was primarily a farming community (it still holds the Herts County. Bull. 43 High Street Redbourn AL3 7LW.
View on Map | OS Map Previous description: Spacious 16th century coaching inn (once capable of housing 80 horses) carefully brought Branch responsible is South Hertfordshire.
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Calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras Website care by mintWP. Redbourn Village People Elizabeth Howard, Duchess of Norfolk—, following the breakup of her marriage to Thomas Howard 3rd Duke of Norfolk, she was sent to Redbourn where she claimed "the duke locked me up in a chamber and took away my jewels and apparels". Hertfordshire County Show The Hertfordshire County Show takes place annually in late May at a acre show ground site one mile north of the village.
Will more than likely call in again. John Harrington, 51, of High Street, Redbourn, appeared in Luton Crown Court last week after being accused of killing his friend with a single punch to the face.
Redbourn pub history index. This pub was present by and remains open. **. Redbourn is a village and civil parish in Hertfordshire, England, lying on Watling Street, three It lies within the City of St Albans local government district.
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Several motor rallies were held in Redbourn in the s using The Bull pub as a. Just south of the village, Redbournbury Mill, a recently restored watermill, produces Several motor rallies were centred in Redbourn in the s using the Bull pub. Some Hertfordshire County histories record cricket being played on the.
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In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikivoyage. The Hertfordshire County Show takes place annually in late May at a acre show ground site one mile north of the village. Mappiman - 10 Jun Last Friday 24 Mr Harrington, who had denied deliberately punching his friend, was found not guilty of manslaughter. Michael Christopher "Mick" Luckhurst—, a retired American football placekicker who played for the Atlanta Falcons was born in Redbourn.
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Its parish church, St Mary's, was built in the early 12th century. Redbourn Village Transport During the coaching era, Redbourn was known as the "Street of Inns", with at least 25 pubs and inns at its peak, but in the opening of the railway from London to Birmingham sounded the death knell of stagecoaches. Arrest after man injured in St Albans city centre. Will more than likely call in again. Old industries in the village included making straw plait and hat making — Redbourn Village Hall in the centre of the village High Street was formerly a straw hat factory, which has been extensively renovated, thanks mainly to money from the National Lottery and Redbourn Parish Council.