Dyke Pub granted listed building status

Dyke Pub granted listed building status

Today we heard some excellent news from Historic England, who have included the Dyke Pub as a Grade II category entry on the National Heritage List for England. The nomination to list the building was made by local researchers and architects, who were concerned that...
Community Meeting – Tuesday 7th November

Community Meeting – Tuesday 7th November

On Tuesday 7th November 2017 the Dyke Pub Preservation Society will be holding a community meeting at the Church of The Good Shepherd (Church Hall) on Dyke Road, from 8.30pm – 10.00pm. Please join us for a drink and to discuss a community bid and other options for The...
The Dyke is for sale – what next?

The Dyke is for sale – what next?

We recently announced that the planning application to redevelop the Dyke Pub was withdrawn. Following this, on 7th October, the owners notified the council of their intention to sell the pub. This is in line with regulations set out in the Localism Act 2011 with...
Save The Dyke Quiz Night – a second helping

Save The Dyke Quiz Night – a second helping

We Came. We Saw. We Quizzed. On Saturday, we held our second fundraising quiz night at Exeter Street Hall to entertain the local community. Yet again, it was a sellout night with around 100 of us having the grey matter challenged by the brilliant Di Coke – the STDP...
Dyke Pub planning application withdrawn!

Dyke Pub planning application withdrawn!

This week the owners of The Dyke Pub withdrew their planning application to redevelop the building into a small pub, retail and maisonettes. Many local residents will feel relieved that the plans have been shelved. The owners are open to approaches from anyone...