LIBERAL-CLUB


Location:- Between New Cut and Church Lane




Seemingly a quite short lived venture, premises situated between the New Cut and Church Lane, taken over by the Salvation Army in 1937, and now converted to residential use.
According to the stone, it was built in 1909, and the 1936 Newmarket Directory for 1936 still has it called the Liberal Club, but being used by Ashby & Newton, presumably as a store.
There is actually no evidence that it was licensed premises. In view f the prevalence of temperance organisations at the time, especially amongst Liberal ladies, it is probably unlikely
KNOWN LICENSING HISTORY
Year Licensee Owner source


after stoning in ?



after the stoning



As Salvation Army in 1984



converted to residential 2018




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