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Page Updated:- Saturday, 29 April, 2023.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1867

Cricketers Inn

Open 2020+

93 Chislehurst Road

Orpington

01689 812648

https://whatpub.com/cricketers

Cricketers 1912

Above photo, circa 1912, kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

Cricketers 2017

Above photo, circa 2017.

Cricketers bar 2017

Above photo 2017.

Cricketers sign 1996Cricketers sign 2017

Above sign left, 1996, sign right 2017.

With thanks from Roger Pester www.innsignsociety.com

 

Licensee John Jennings was involved in a huge crash outside the "Red Lion" in Handcross, West Sussex in 1906, in which many people were killed and injured. Full details here.

 

Will of Richard GALLIERS 1875.

7 August.

The Will of Richard Galliers late of the "Cricketers Inn" in the Parish of Orpington in the County of Kent. Innkeeper who died 26 June 1875 at the "Cricketers" was proved at the principle Registry by George Giles of Green-street Green in the Parish of Farnborough in the said County Accountant one of the Executors.

Effects under 800.

 

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser 20 March 1902.

BROMLEY POLICE COURT.

Robert Wilson, of the "Cricketers," Orpington, was fined 5 and costs for permitting drunkenness on his licensed premises.

Mrs. Tullett, of the "Horse and Groom," Sidcup, was fined 20s and costs for a like offence.

In neither case was the license endorsed.

 

LICENSEE LIST

GALLIERS Richard 1874-26/June/1875 dec'd (also land surveyor)

FREW Uriah 1881+ (age 60 in 1881Census)

MEAD George Henry 1891-1901+ (age 52 in 1901Census)

WILSON Robert 1902-03+ Kelly's 1903

Last pub licensee had JENNINGS John 1906-38+ (age 45 in 1911Census)

https://pubwiki.co.uk/CricketersInn.shtml

 

Kelly's 1903From the Kelly's Directory 1903

CensusCensus

 

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