Vernon Arms outing to Repton, late 20s/early 30s

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Photograph dated: Late 1920s or early 1930s

Regulars from the Vernon Arms are pictured on a day out in Repton around the late 20s / early 30s. 

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Hello, This is surely not the

This is surely not the Vernon Arms, but more likely the Malt Shovel with St Werbugh's Church in the background? There never has been a church at the back of the Vernon Arms to my knowledge. I lived at old 5 Locko Road in the 1960s, and the Vernon was my Dad's local!
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Laurence Breedon

I've checked images on the

I've checked images on the internet, and I think it is more likely to be St Wystan's Church in Repton, and the photograph was taken when they arrived at Repton. Thank you for getting in touch.