History and Information on Banbury in the County of Oxfordshire.

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Some history of Banbury

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Banbury : Cross [c.1910[

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Banbury : Saint Mary's Church and Church House [c.1910[

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Banbury : Interior of Saint Mary's Church [c.1912[

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Banbury : Town Hall [c.1968[

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Banbury : Market [1921[

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Banbury : Market Place [c.1938[

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Banbury : High Street and Red Lion [c.1916[

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Banbury : High Street [c.1920[

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Banbury : Parson's Street and Cake Shop [c.1912[

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Related Newspaper Articles

"A sentence of 14 days' imprisonment was passed on Frederick Porter, a caravan dweller, of Turner's Field, Banbury, who pleaded "Guilty" at a special Police Court at Banbury an Tuesday to being drunk and disorderly in Grimsbury on the previous night. P.C. Bradnam said he was called to the Bell Inn, and at the request of the landlord ejected Porter and his brother. When outside the brothers again began fighting. Frederick Porter, who refused to go away, became abusive and struggled with witness, who, with assistance, brought him to the police station. Porter told the magistrates that the trouble arose as the result of quarrel with his brother, who "had been getting on to him all day." Supt. Hedges said Porter had previously been convicted for being drunk and disorderly, and said that on the last occasion he was fined 10s. and £5 for assaulting the police."
"Scene Outside Public House"
Banbury Advertiser : October 27th 1938 Page 1


"A Regular Seaman, Brian Northover, of 5 Easington Road, Banbury, due to return to his ship today [Wednesday] was fined £1 at a special Banbury court today for being drunk and disorderly in the town last night."
"Banbury Sailor Was Drunk"
Banbury Advertiser : January 4th 1956 Page 4

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