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The Ferry Inn - Rear of premises

Wilford Ferry Inn is a converted farmhouse that became a tea and coffee house, before being used as an inn. Run by the Wilford ferryman, the Inn was originally called the Punch Bowl but was renamed the Ferry Inn in 1860. It became particularly popular in the 19th century and was well known for its fine cherries and an annual cherry eating party always took place in the first week of July with excu…