Tipperary Tea Rooms, Cannock Chase

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Date:1915 - 1919 (c.)

Description:The 'Tipperary Tea Rooms' stood at the junction named Harley's corner, the location of which is at the corner of Penkridge Bank and Stafford Brook Road. The sign above the door identifies the proprietor as A. Beach. During the First World War it had regular trade from soldiers travelling between Rugeley Camp and the town.

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Donor ref:14_039r (218/36279)

Source: Mr Jake Whitehouse

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