Below are scans of the Anchor Day Book from the mid-C19th. Each section contains about 5 pages and lists the delivery of strikes of malt etc. to residents and pubs in the village, Loughborough and all surrounding villages, typically within a distance of 10 miles.  The book is now a bit the worse for wear and will be lodged with the Records Office but we do also have a complete photocopy which can be borrowed for reseach purposes. 

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In the early days of the History Society, the book was used to present a summary of malt deliveries. This can be seen below and includes mentions of public houses no longer with us.

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