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High Street West 142 High Street West
Wrens Nest Mill
High Street West
The Globe Public House
144 High Street West
Fones Mart
142 High Street West



Summary

 1833 
Built in 1833 by Joseph Wilson, although the first alehouse licence was not granted until 1846 to Joseph Woodcock.



 1850 
Woodcock Joseph, Globe inn, High street



 1850 
Slatter’s Directory 1850
TAVERNS & PUBLIC HOUSES.
Globe, Joseph Woodcock, Wren nest



 1895 
Kelly’s Directory
Bridge Thomas, Globe inn, 144 High street west



 1899 
Kelly’s Directory
Morley John, Globe inn, 144 High street west



 1903 


Globe Inn right with wooden sign between first elevation windows. This picture was taken from onboard a tram, Glossop Tramways operated from 20 August 1903 to 24 December 1927 promoted by the Urban Electric Supply Company Limited.



 1911 
Census
Number 144 was a property with 9 main rooms occupied by John Morley 56, a Publican, his wife Alice Morley 44, married 3 years with no children. Also at this address was Hannah Oldham 51, a Barmaid.



 1925 
Kelly’sDirectory
Morley Alice (Mrs.), Globe hotel, 144 High street west



 1932 
Kelly’s Directory
Morley Alice (Mrs.), Globe hotel, 144 High st. west



 2000 


The Globe, a Bass public house. Photograph courtesy of Glossop & District Historical Society.



 2004 


Photograph courtesy of Glossop & District Historical Society.



 2009 
Google Street View
Shows The Globe Public House



 2014 


Photo taken in 2014 by Glossop VAH.



 2014 
Steve @akaCrush on Twitter writes;
Great bohemian atmosphere, good food, all kinds of live music & they brew cracking ales on site - what’s not to like?!