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Bull in the Hollow/Needless Inn

The Bull in the Hollow is a well-known landmark, standing as it does on the main road from Quorn to Loughborough. Over the centuries it has been used as an inn, a market garden/small holding, a home and even an archery venue. It has also been known by several different names and has belonged to three parishes!

The original article covering all these aspects of this distinctive property appeared in the Quorndon magazine in December 2020. Since then additional information has come to light and has been added to the attached account.

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 Submitted on: 2021-09-10
 Submitted by: Sue Templeman
 Artefact ID: 2462

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