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Details of pub: Carpenters Arms, LlechrydOther names: Address/Location: OS Grid Ref:
before 2017 Type:
2017: now Flambards Hotel and Tea-roomsNotes:
Mary Thomas, Wid, aged 33 Lic.
licensee: Mary Thomas (Worrall’s Directory, 1875)
"THE NAVAL RESERVE. The members of the Naval Reserve, now training at the St. Dogmells battery, paraded this town, and from thence to Llechryd, on Wednesday last, under the command of Capt. Herod, Lieutenant Gillespie, and the drill-instructor. At the Carpenters' Arms, Llechryd, the men were supplied with a glass of beer each, at the expense of Lieutenant Gillespie, from whence they returned early in the afternoon." Cardigan Observer 2 Feb 1878
Licensee Griffith Thomas: "Griffith Thomas, Carpenters Arms, Llechrhyd, Inn-keeper for selling intoxicating liquors (beer) to John M. Thomas at 12 35 a.m. 21st ult., was fined 10s. and costs." Carm Jnl 13 May 1892
Petty Sessions: Lower Troedyraur; number on list: 3; name of premises: Carpenters' Arms; Parish / Place: Llechryd; Licensee: Phillips, John (dead); owner or tenant : tenant; registered owner : Swansea Old Brewery; free or tied: tied; tied to: Swansea Old Brewery; type of licence: full; on or off licence: on; number of licenced days per week: 6. (1905 list)Additional information
25 inch OS Map, (1899), showing Teifiside marked as P.H. and the Carpenters Arms
Date: 1899 (approx)
25 inch OS Map, (1905), showing Teifiside Inn and the Carpenters Arms
Date: 1905 (approx)
Licence transfer: Bench concerned about urinals