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Mentioned in a book called "A Brief History of St.John's Parish Ipswich" by Kenneth H. Brown. Now converted to a pair of half timbered cottages.
(Information by MARY PEREIRA)
A report in Norwich and Bury Post** dated 21 Nov 1827 announced the sale of Acton, Halliday and Studd brewery in June 1828 that also included the following Lot:
A brick built dwelling house and premises abutting turnpike road leading from Ipswich to Woodbridge (formerly the New Blue Posts PH) situate in St Margaret's & St Helen's Ipswich. The house contains a large parlor (formerly the tap room); a front bow-window room (formerly the bar); a front parlor and a back parlor, a kitchen & 2 pantries, a large cellar and 5 chambers. Also a walled yard, a detached backhouse with chamber; a stable for 4 horses and hay chamber; a cart lodge, a boarded hut & yard behind, and a pump of excellent water.
Was the New Blue Posts situated close to the Old Blue Posts or the same building?
last updated 28/07/2014
(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)
(** information supplied by Neil Langridge)
Blue posts were often used as an easy means of building identification before street numbering systems became widespread in usage during the 18th cent.