The Black Horse Inn

7 Lumley Lane

Kirkby Fleetham, DL7 0SH

01609 749010

www.blackhorseinnkirkbyfleetham.com

Takeaway Collection

Burger & Pasta Night

Wednesdays 5pm - 8pm

Fish n Chips

Friday

5pm - 8pm

Sunday Lunch

12 - 5pm

 

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01609 749010

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THE STORY OF THE BLACK HORSE

Searching the history books it looks likely that the pub gained its name in the late 1730's when Highwayman, Dick Turpin was still riding from York to London. At the time Kirkby Fleetham was known as Kirkby Fleton and was home to Captain Asquith, whose daughter ran off with 'Dick Turpin' or more likely a local highwayman! Anyway, he helped her leave by lifting her from her bedroom window (she lived in the village public house possibly named 'The Salutation') onto his black stallion and away they went! Therefore legend has it we became the Black Horse ....

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