The motto of our society is to research collect record and preserve. In the course of doing this we publish articles. These articles can be read on the articles as PDF page on this website.
The above picture shows London Road in 1951 with on the right a sign advertising the Cosy Cafe, also known as the Cosy Rosy. To read the full article go to our articles as PDF page and find your way to the Pubs and restaurants subsection or click on the following link COSY ROSY … Read More »
Douglas Coe has produced another article about pub history in our town. This time the subject is the Fox pub of old and the Millstream Beerhouse. Neither establishment is open today. As we all know there are less and less watering holes to choose from nowadays. Anyway, if you want to read this latest piece… Read More »
Back in the days, well back in 2016 when the Sawbridgeworth Local History started out, one of the first subjects we wanted to research and write about was pubs. It took a while before we got ourselves organised but over time we did indeed produce some material. Today we publish three new articles on the… Read More »
Hello, Once upon a time there was a pub in Sawbridgeworth called the King of Prussia, later on that hostelry changed its name. One of our members, Douglas Coe, is currently trying to write a story about it. The story goes that the King’s Head, as it was then officially called, was closed down in… Read More »