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Treasured vintage sign taken from Preston pub

Posted on - 29th August, 2017 - 8:43am | Author - | Posted in - Crime, Deepdale, News, Pubs, University
The Moorbrook in North Road

The Moorbrook in North Road

A vintage sign has been taken from the wall of a Preston pub.

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The Moorbrook team in North Road have posted an appeal calling for the ‘beerseller’ sign to be returned.

The sign, a gift from the former landlord of the Old Dog and Partridge, went missing overnight on Monday 21 August.

General manager Richard Fisher-Godwin said: “This sign was up on the wall in the Moorbrook, someone has decided to take it.

“This was a gift from one of Preston’s longest standing pub landlords Ronnie from the Old Dog and Partridge.

“If anyone know who has this or can shed any light on its disappearance this would be greatly appreciated.

“We would just really like it back so if you took it when you were drunk and woke up next day feeling guilty then feel free to just post it back to us anonymously.”

This is the sign taken from the Moorbrook
This is the sign taken from the Moorbrook

The sign marks the pub being a ‘member of the Preston and District licensed victuallers and beersellers association’.

Read more: The Unicorn appears to have served its final pint

The Moorbrook is at 370 North Road, Preston, PR1 1RU if the person reading this wants to return the sign.

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