Morley’s Bar and Restaurant

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Morley’s Bar and Restaurant

Exterior of Morley’s Bar and Restaurant at 79 Carmen Road in Hornby.

Contributor's note: The house is built on the site of, and as a replacement for, one of Hornby's earliest residences, Stoneycroft. It was the home of the prominent Morten family and has a strong connection with the beginnings of motoring in Canterbury through Arthur Morten's ownership of many early cars and involvement with the Automobile Association. The property was also used as an offshoot of Sunnyside Hospital. Hornby High School was built on half of the house's grounds in 1975. The house, now a restaurant and bar, is hidden from busy Carmen Road but looks over Carmen Reserve.



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