Sudbury Fox & Goose (Fox & Groom)
21-23 East St
last updated 23/10/2013
Bury Suffolk Standard, February 14th 1882A freehold beer house for sale known as the Fox and Goose situated in East Street in Sudbury , in occupation of William Cook as tenant.
Evidently they couldn't make up their minds what to call the pub:
Bury Suffolk Standard, April 25th 1882Sudbury. A transfer of licence was granted to the Fox and Groom beer house in East Street from Willam Cook to George Strutt.
The Fox & Goose is probably an earlier name for the Black Horse, now the Brewery Tap. (See historical section)
(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)
[1,2] News reports reproduced with kind permission from Foxearth & District Local History Society.