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Nov 12, 2014

Harbouring policemen in a pub

In 1903 the landlord of the Bull Inn, in the Conwy Valley, was taken to court for harbouring two police constables after closing time. The case was brought by the local superintendent ...

Category: General
Posted by: RhodriC

who had caught his own men supping on bread, cheese and beer. The landlord offered an innocent explanation and the case was dismissed, but the constables were "reduced". For more on the history of this ancient hostelry, scan the QR codes in the window near the entrance. Or click here