The Dyke Pub: an early timeline

The Dyke Pub: an early timeline

Thanks to Camilla from the Save The Dyke Group, we have a timeline of the early days of The Dyke (or as it was originally, The Windmill Inn). Also see our blog post on The Windmill Inn.  1861: James Trusler (and family), owner of Preston Mill (otherwise known as...
Introducing the Dyke Pub Preservation Society

Introducing the Dyke Pub Preservation Society

At our Good Shepherd meeting on Saturday 4th February, we discussed how we can move forward as a community to save the Dyke Pub – and put in a community bid to buy it. There was overwhelming support for the idea, so here’s the Chair of The Dyke Pub...
News from our Good Shepherd meeting

News from our Good Shepherd meeting

Thanks to all who attended our meeting on Saturday 4th February at The Church of The Good Shepherd – it was great to see so many new faces there! Five months since its closure, The Dyke Pub remains a furniture shop. We’ve heard from the owners that they...