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The Bull: Clay Hill Road, Vange


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The Bull, Vange The Bull, Vange
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Location: Bull Road
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Location: Bull Road
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The Bull, Clay Hill Road The Bull public house stood in Bull Road (now Clay Hill Road), Vange.

It was built sometime in the 1800s but was demolished around 1961 or early 1962 to make way for a new neighbourhood shopping centre.

From the early part of the century through to closure it was operated by the brewery company Mann, Crossman and Paulin.

A long serving licencee was Jack Gardiner.

Arthur and Teresa (Terry) Goldstone were the last licencees to live at the premises and they then transferred to the 'new' Bull public house which was built about 50 yards away on the junction with Timberlog Lane.

The Vange sub-centre, now known as Bull Parade, and car park was partly built over the site of the former pub.

Page added: 2013
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Text researched and written 2013.
Copyright © 2013, B. Cox - Basildon History Online. All rights reserved.

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