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The photo above is of Milburn House on Hollings Lane and was formally built for the Manager of Silverwood Colliery. The First occupant being William Henry Ball, . The intersection became known as Balls Corner in Henry's time.

The house was purchased by the Mylett Family of Thrybergh in the 1970's, before being purchased by a local brewery.

 

The house has changed owners a few times, and has been reopened as a Pub with its original name restored. I notice the Tetley Brewery sign on the building .

 

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