Old photos of the Prince Regent pub, Little Shelford

The Prince Regent pub closed around 1993.
It opened as Sycamore House Restaurant on 1st October
1993 after the Prince Regent had stood empty and
semi-derelict for many months. Sycamore House closed
in September 2015 after 22 years' trading. 
Blacksmith and The Prince Regent Pub, from Church Street, Little Shelford. "The festivities connected with the annual village feast were celebrated at this public house. There was dancing in the evening and a fair in the daytime and the stalls and booths were placed on each side of Church Street." From A Record of Shelford Parva by Fanny Wale P29.
The former Prince Regent is on the right of the photo, with the Forge on the left.

The former Prince Regent pub with Church Street on the right of the photo.

The Prince Regent pub (now Sycamore House restaurant)
The former Prince Regent pub with Church Street on the right of the photo.

 
The former Prince Regent pub with Church Street on the right of the photo.

The Prince Regent pub (now Sycamore House restaurant), also showing now demolished cottage opposite, Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
The former Prince Regent pub on the left and a house which was demolished in the 1960s on the right hand side of the photo.

Blacksmith's workshop and Prince Regent (now Sycamore House) from Church Street, Little Shelford
The former Prince Regent pub on the right with the Blacksmith's Forge on the right.

The Prince Regent (now Sycamore House) from High Street, Little Shelford
 
The Prince Regent now known as Sycamore House, in Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
The former Prince Regent pub on the left and a house which was demolished in the 1960s on the right hand side of the photo.

The Prince Regent pub (now Sycamore House restaurant), also showing now demolished cottage opposite, Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
The former Prince Regent pub on the left and a house which was demolished in the 1960s on the right hand side of the photo.


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