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Wyken Pippin, 186 Ansty Road, Wyken

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
19331980WYKEN PIPPIN
19801983BARNABYS
19831986BUNTER'S
19862010WYKEN PIPPIN
20102018COVENTRY OAK
2108presentNEW PIPPIN
Wyken Pippin The Wyken Pippin was a variety of apple said to have been raised by Lord Craven from a continental seed and planted at Wyken about 1700. It has been known by other names such as Gerkin Pippin and Pheasant's Eye. A Wyken Pippin tree grew at the rear of the pub at one time. From 2018 it was refurbished and opened as the NEW PIPPIN.

LICENSEES:

1933 - 1934 A. J. Stebbings 1935 - 1938 S. Emley 1939 - 1940 F. T. Bull Charlie Tebbutt (see also Swanswell Tavern, Swanswell Street, Rose and Woodbine, North Street and Ivy Cottage, King William Street) 1960 W. A. Cotton 1986 Paul & Jan Almgill
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