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Bedlington drinking establishments - Then & Now

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Turks Head Inn - a descendant (tracing family tree) of 'Petrie on the Ancestry site posted - "The Petrie's were Inn Keepers in Bedlington itself. Looking through the Census info, in 1841, the whole area was just listed as High Street, so not many clues, in 1851, there seem to be no actual addresses listed at all for Bedlington, but in 1861, an address was given. It is in Market Place, and looks like Howard 'something' (maybe Howard Arms ??) - Does this ring any bells with anyone ? It looks like it is between an adress called Kyles (or Wyles) Yard and the Turks Head Inn." - in the bedlington community site.

Also in the bedlington community site 'Fourgee' posted - "The Turks Head was the building next door to what is now the Market Tavern and later became the Terrier Plate Works, Millne department store, the Co-op, various supermarkets (kwik save and another I can't remember). It's now part of Tesco used for storage." Now that Tesco is no more I assume it is just empty awaiting it's next owner.


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