Pubs

Some Ticknall pubs have been closed for a very long time. Where was the Turks Head? Three Ticknall premises are currently licensed, but only two are still open.

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    Closed. Some history here? Another opportunity to do some interesting research. In the 18th C when the population of Ticknall was twice its present size, there were more pubs than there are today. But where was the Turks Head?

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    The featured image is a modern photo ©Ticknall Life of Springfield House Farm, which was once a Ticknall pub called ‘The Crown’ and is recorded as an ale house in 1846. Does anyone have any early pictures or other material for an article here? Another great topic to research and write up. Could this be […]

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    Perhaps most peoples favourite Ticknall pub some years ago, it has now been closed for some time. Time will tell if it can survive. If you become the proprietor of the Wheel Inn, please get in touch so that we can update this page for you. By the way, just in case you were wondering, […]

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    The Chequers Inn, Ticknall is the oldest pub in the village and is very much the stereotypical traditional country village pub. With thick stone walls and small windows you just know that there will be a warm welcome inside, and indeed there is, thanks to hosts Tony, Claire and family. The Chequers Inn Ticknall dates […]

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    The Staff of Life is now managed by Jane Walls and John Pankhurst, offering style in a relaxed atmosphere with great people who will work hard to really look after you. In the heart of Ticknall, next door to Calke Abbey & Park. About 10 mins from Donington Race Circuit, 10 miles from both Derby […]

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