You'll find us in a century-old public house known locally as The Dick Turpin, named of course after the infamous Essex highwayman. Planning a special meal? Or want to host a business meeting in style? Book one of our intimate private dining rooms to turn your get-together into a real occasionLocation: Aldborough Road North, Ilford, IG2 7TD, Greater London. Jan 19, · Dick Turpin (Miller & Carter) Aldborough Road North, Newbury Park, Ilford We often visit the Dick Turpin (Miller & Carter) the food is always lovely and the staff very helpful.5/5().
Jun 01, · Miller & Carter Steakhouse Dick Turpin. Aldborough Road North Aldborough Hatch ILFORD IG2 7TD. Sat Nav Reference. , Submit Pub Feedback to CAMRA. We welcome the help of all users to contribute to this important campaigning project. Please use the form below to submit feedback or updates directly to the CAMRA branch for. Dick Turpin, Aldborough road north, Aldborough Hatch IG2 7TD Aldborough Hatch pub history index The Dick Turpin is now a modern restaurant called the Miller & Carter steakhouse. The present building was hit by a V2 rocket in , but parts of the building survive today.
Jan 12, · The original Dick Turpin was a beer house in Aldborough Hatch, in one of the Aldborough Hall Farm Cottages to the north of the present building. It is believed that the cottages dated to the 16th. The original Dick Turpin pub was a beer house in one of the Aldborough Hall Farm cottages, believed to date back to 16th Century. The current building opened in , and the current fruit trees were probably planted around the same time.
Ron Jeffries of the Aldborough Hatch Defence Association tells the history of the popular Dick Turpin pub. The original Dick Turpin was a beer house in Aldborough Hatch, in one of the Aldborough Hall Farm Cottages to the north of the present building. It is believed that . Gazebo and walling to public house, circa 18th century, Aldborough Road North, south of Dick Turpin Inn Former school adjacent to St. Peter's Church, Aldborough Road North Surviving north and west walls of kitchen garden enclosure, circa , r/o Nos. –, Oaks Lane.