Formally Known as ”The Wagon and Horses Inn”
The Wagon and Horses Public House Originally stood 40 or 50 yards more towards the S.E than where it stands now.
A Close of Pasture belonging to it, which extended half way down the close, now called ”The Camping Close”. The Sign was Originally ”The Chequers” but when it was moved it became ”The Wagon and Horses”.
The Wagon and Horses became part of the Hollick estate and served as a principal meeting place for the magistrates of the Whittlesford Hundred.
The Tickell Arms
After two years of closure, rumours of a celebrity take over and a major refurbishment the Tickell Arms has re opened it’s doors to the public.
Please see their website for more details :