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Occasional licence refused

Source: Welsh Gazette and West Wales Advertiser 25/06/1903       Date: 1903
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Church Day and Sunday School Treat. This annual event has now been definitely arranged to take place on Wednesday, July 8th next, at Poppit Sands. At the Kenac Petty Sessions held last Tuesday at Eglwyswrw the application of Mr. Harper of the Webley Arms for an occasional licence for his tent on the sands for that day was refused, the magistrates remarking that if it was a Sunday School treat they failed to see the necessity of selling beer and spirits, so thirsty souls on that day will have to drink teetotal drinks or else carry a supply in bottles from the Webley Arms.
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Webley Arms , Poppit, Poppit