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<big>'''Fleece Inn''', ''100 Fartown, Pudsey, West Yorkshire''</big>
 
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This pub was historically owned by J & HS Hirst of Bradford, then Henry Bentley of Leeds. However, it displays modern 'Huntsman' etched windows at the front, and a Tetley lantern at the rear.
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This pub was historically owned by [[Joseph & Henry Sagar Hirst]] of Bradford, then Henry Bentley of Leeds. However, it displays modern 'Huntsman' etched windows at the front, and a Tetley lantern at the rear.
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Latest revision as of 18:17, 23 July 2018

Fleece Inn, 100 Fartown, Pudsey, West Yorkshire

This pub was historically owned by Joseph & Henry Sagar Hirst of Bradford, then Henry Bentley of Leeds. However, it displays modern 'Huntsman' etched windows at the front, and a Tetley lantern at the rear.