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Details of pub: Six Bells, Llanbadarn Fawr (p)

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OS Grid Ref: SN60028089 approx
Opened: before 1830      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Summary: "The Six Bells," was the name of an inn on the far side of the "Green" just across the brook. Here lived a well remembered Sexton." 'Philip Sidney' WGWWA 15 Aug 1901
The 1888 map shows a brook running down the middle of the street and a bridge across it near where the roundabout now is. The 'Green' was presumably the area in front of the pubs. Six Bells was presumably in what is now Prospect Place.

It may be relevant - Llanbadarn Church had a peal of six bells.

Notes: 1830
licensee: Margaret Williams,
source: Pigot and Co, 1830

Poor Law Guardians: "Jane Roberts, of the "Six Bells:" relief taken off: her husband having been released from prison. " AO 13 Oct 1866

Licensee: Davies, Richard
Slater’s Directory, 1868 (not in Worrall's directory, 1875)

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