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Details of pub: Piccadilly, Penparcau

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OS Grid Ref: SN5926679898
Opened: before 1824      
Closed: before 1898       Type: Pub
Summary: Closed in 1894 when licence was bought to be used for a new hotel in Aberystwyth. The magistrates were not granting any new licences.

Notes: 1824
7th December 1824 Llanbadarn fawr, Cardigan, Wales Henry Flower married Ann White Address: The Picadilly (BTs)
8th July 1827 Lanbadarn fawr, Cardigan, Wales, Christening of Mary Ann Flower (Daughter) Address: The Picadilly (BTs)

"WHOEVER has lost a Yearling well-bred HEIFER, may hear of her at the Piccadilly Inn, South Turnpike Gate, and have her on paying expenses. " Aber Obs 3 Aug 1867
licensee: John Jones (Worrall’s Directory, 1875)

"Marv Evans, labourers wife, Penparke, was charged with being drunk the previous Thursday. P.c. said he saw the defendant by the South Gates about 9 o'clock in the evening: she applied for drink at the Piccadilly, but the landlord refused to supply her. She was very drunk, so he had to take her home. Previous convictions were proved against defendant, who was fined 10s. and costs" CN 26 Aug 1881

"MR GRANT. Mr Grant has bought the licence of Piccadilly beerhouse, Penparke, which will be cancelled when he opens Dr Gilbertson's house on the Terrace as an hotel. " AO 27 Sept 1894
"I had not previously seen the four new houses which Mr Powell, Nant Eos, has built on the site of the old Piccadilly and the adjoining cottages, which will greatly improve the appearance of the village." Cycling Notes, AO 28 April 1898

DEATHS: JONES-April 15th, at Penparke, Jane Jones, formerly occupier of the Piccadilly Inn, aged 78 years. WGWWA 18 Apr 1901
Not on the 6 inch OS map (revised 1904, published 1906)
Not on the 1905 list

Additional information


6 inch OS Map, (1906)



Piccadilly, Penparcau, 25 inch, 1889



Drunken woman turned away

Date: 1877