This was built in 1929, opening on 1 December. Designed for the Davenport Brewery, by Francis Goldsbrough (from the local architectural practice of Bateman and Bateman), this is one of the largest and finest examples of a Brewer’s Tudor-style public house in the country. It was a replacement for the much smaller public house of the same name which had stood on the site and, in the 1870s, had been described as ‘a small, stone-built hostelry, with an estimated value of £250’.
A plaque documenting the history of The Black Horse.
The plaque reads: This public house was built in 1929, and opened on 1 December. It was designed by Francis Goldsbrough and is one of the largest and finest examples in the country of a Brewer’s Tudor-style public house. The Black Horse replaced a much smaller pub of the same name that stood on the site.
These premises were refurbished by J D Wetherspoon in May 2010.
A black horse plaque, in reference to the pub’s name.
A Tudor tapestry on display in the pub.
Internal photographs showing the Tudor-style features.
External photograph of the building – main entrance.
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