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It functioned from 1789 to 1925, when it was bought by a chain, which closed it down.
In 1883, a journalist called Hornchurch “still one of the quaintest towns one could wish to see, its gabled houses placed anywhere and everywhere the owners pleased”.
Nowadays, only two ancient buildings survive in downtown Hornchurch – The Bull (now the Fatling) and the King’s Head (Prezzo).
They were driven there by a member of the public, who left before police arrived.
The taped-off Audi was still at the scene just feet from a popular bus stop today.
Lisa and Jennie are cousins who grew up in the borough.