Staff and villagers gather outside the George Inn at a celebration, possibly Queen Victoria's Jubilee in 1887.
Villagers outside The George, date unknown
Robert Brydon's etching of Church Street, including the Post Office, All Saints Church and The George Inn . 1905
Church Street: George Inn, All Saints & Post Office
Front loader at the George, with Dominic Carney, Alan Redpath
An opportunistic place mat created by Ye Olde George Inn from a photograph ofHM Queen Elizabeth II visiting the village, either for a ceremony at HMS Mercury or to call on Adrian Pelley, retired Windsor estate manager;
George with bunting for Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, June 1953
George with bunting closeup
The George Inn - bunting being put up.
George facade and cherry picker, installing village broadband 2002. The wireless aerial is being attached to the chimney at the George.
Ye Olde George Inn, the tallest available building within the village, acted as a relay to houses which could not 'see' the Dairy
George and Alms Houses
George sign in snow, Jan 2010
Probably a publican, possibly at The George.
Alms houses and Ye Olde George Inn in snow Jan 2010
George In photographed by Chris Warren
Bar low angle
Mark Eyre, publican
The George Inn is recorded in the diocesan Rental Survey of 1561, and further documentary evidence after the Civil War. The building probably dates from the Restoration. Ir was renamed ‘Ye Olde George Inn’ at the end of the 20th century. For more information click here