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The Old Three Pigeons at Great Ness was a People’s Refreshment House. Run by an association that encouraged Temperance and had quite a stronghold in Shropshire.

The Association’s Aims were
i) The encouragement of temperance at Inns, Public Houses and Canteens.
ii) The provision and prompt supply of food and non-alcoholic refreshments.
iii) The maintenance of cleanliness and good order.
iv) The purchase of good supplies in the open market.

Then and Now…..

Images: Top © 2021 Google and Bottom: © Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru – The National Library of Wales

Hundred House, Purslow – A ‘Hundred’ was an area covered by a local government system which operated from Saxon times to the 19th century

Courts were held at ‘Hundred Houses’ to settle local disputes, collect local taxes and adminster justice and the local magistrates court met at the Purslow Hundred House, at the centre of a small hamlet in Clunbury, every third Thursday of the month until 1914!

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