Save the village pub in Stocking Pelham

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Colin Mitchell
3 years ago
As a former resident of Berden I appreciate the important role of The Cock in the community. Since leaving Berden I have returned to enjoy The Cock's hospitality but was saddened to learn only recently of its destruction; I have no hesitation in supporting any effort that may help bring it back.

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sue burden
3 years ago
What use is a house of to a community compared with a pub? A developer would probably say that a closed pub was unprofitable if it was in the middle of a very popular tourist trap village.
Make it an asset of community value, and make it into a "community pub."

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robert everett
3 years ago
save the pub

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Victoria Plompen-Philip
3 years ago
A village without a pub which is a sign of the times unfortunately but this one drew people from places without one. Such a shame.

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Jerry Livings
3 years ago
Scumbag property developers. Or as they are also known, property developers.

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Chris Miller
3 years ago
I support the wishes of the petitioners to be able to present oral evidence to the Inspector by way of challenge to the proposal for change of use

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Donna Lane
3 years ago
It’s an important part of a small community

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Steve Harris
3 years ago
usual developer games

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anne Pallett
3 years ago
We need to stop people taking away what is quite often the last available meeting place for villagers and locals to go. These last few pubs are both historically important in providing an insight into our cultural past, and also a way preserving the last threads of a highly important link to our village communities. They are quite often the only available venues in allowing communities to come together and stay connected. They provide a vital part of everyday life within a village ensuring that people are aware of what is going in and around the community and ensuring that the more vulnerable amongst us are kept safe and well. If a regular is not seen for a while it means that it is noticed, they can be checked upon to ensure that they have all they need and if help is needed it is provided. We need our pubs to be kept available for the upkeep and future wellbeing of our village communities as part of an irreplaceable community meeting place and sanctuary for all.

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Richard Haydon
3 years ago
I used to go to this pub back in the late 1970's, early 80's, lovely country pub that should be saved.