Licensing Act 1904

The Licensing Act [1904] attempted to reduce the number of licensed premises in congested areas. In the period 1905 to 1911, a total of 7,318 premises were closed. 6,880 were in England and 438 in Wales. Compensation was paid.

Around local pubs were closed at this time, including

Abbey Inn, Luddenden

Bay Horse, Halifax
Bay Horse, Sowerby Bridge
Bird In Hand, Elland
Black Boy, Halifax
Black Boy, Halifax
Black Bull, Elland
Black Bull, Gauxholme
Black Bull, Halifax
Blue Ball, Triangle
Blue Bell, Halifax
Blue Bell, Southowram
Bradford Hotel, Halifax
Brewers' Arms, Mount Tabor
Brighton Hotel, Halifax

Cherry Tree, Stone Chair

Delvers' Arms, Midgley
Dublin Arms, Halifax
Duke of Leeds' Arms, Halifax
Duke Wellington, Halifax
Dusty Miller, Sowerby Bridge

England Lamb, Boothtown

Foundry, Halifax

George IV, Halifax

Gibbet Tavern, Halifax
Golden Fleece, Boothtown
Golden Plough, Elland
Goose Nest, Luddenden Dean

Hen & Chickens, Halifax
Horns, Halifax

Ivy, Elland

Kimberley Arms, Halifax

London Tavern, Halifax
Loose Pulley, Halifax

Manchester House, Brighouse
Masons' Arms, Elland
Moon Inn, Halifax

New Inn, Caddy Field
New Inn, Halifax
New Inn, Queensbury
Noah's Ark, Elland
Northgate Tap, Halifax

Old Woodman, Halifax

Peacock, Todmorden
Prescott Arms, Halifax
Prince Albert, Brighouse

Queen, Sowerby
Queen, Sowerby Bridge

Railway Hotel, Barkisland
Railway Hotel, Halifax
Red Lion, Sowerby Bridge
Rising Sun, Boothtown
Rising Sun, Rastrick
Rose & Crown, Ripponden
Royal George, Elland
Royal Sovereigns, Halifax

Ship Tavern, Brighouse
Sovereign, Halifax
Sportsman, Queensbury
Spread Eagle, Hebden Bridge
Star, Soyland
Sun, Bradshaw
Sun Dial, Brighouse
Sun Inn, Queensbury

Victoria Arms, Halifax
Volunteer Arms, Brighouse

Waggon & Horses, Halifax
Waggon & Horses, Sowerby Bridge
Waggoners', Halifax
Weavers' Arms, Midgley

See Beerhouse Act [1830]

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Revised 13:16 / 21st November 2022 / 6670

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