Taken from 1939
Halstead & Colne Valley Gazette & Times
24th March 1939
Hedingham Petty Sessions - 21st March
Application was made for the temporary transfer of the licence of "The
Fox and Hounds" public house, Steeple Bumpstead from Mr L R Bartholomew
to Mr E G Hewson, of Rayleigh.
5th May 1939
Hedingham Petty Sessions - Tuesday, May 2nd
Transfer - The licence of the "Fox and Hounds" public house,
Steeple Bumpstead, was fully transferred from Mr L R Bartholomew to
Mr E G Hewson.
Taken from 1941 Halstead
& Colne Valley Gazette & Times
10th January 1941
Death - Claydon - On 5th Jan at "The Pig and Whistle" Helions
Bumpstead, Harriet, wife of George Claydon, aged 60 years.
13th June 1941
Death - Claydon - On June 7th, at "The Pig and Whistle" Inn,
Helions Bumpstead, Doreen Maud Claydon, aged 5 years.
22nd August 1941
Hedingham Petty Sessions
Beer in Unsealed Vessels
Thomas Frederick Martin, licensee of The Wheelwrights Arms, Steeple
Bumpstead, was charged with selling intoxicating liquor to a person
under 14 years of age. Fined £1.