Angel Hotel and Barn
|Building date||pre 1779|
|Last Licence||Still current|
|Current/Last Licensee||Stephen Eric Winrow|
This is a pub at 9 Northgate, Baildon and faces close onto Towngate.
Though it might be thought that The Angel is the oldest pub in Baildon there is no reference to it earlier than 1779  Page 39
On 20 February 1856 the Airedale Lodge of Freemasons started holding their meetings at The Angel. (Prior to that they had been held in the Malt Shovel). In 1866 it was noted that the landlord, Joseph Field, was to receive two shillings and sixpence for the use of the Lodge Room, fire and light. The Lodge held their last meeting there on 30 December 1868 before transferring to Shipley.
1857 - Wainman Holmes listed Angel & farmer
1865 is the latest date listed for the Manor Courts. This explains why the Royal Coat of Arms are still in The Angel and also why, at the time of the Greene King refit, a change of name to The Courtyard was being considered.
The 1893 Kelly Directory has Frederick Waller, Angel P.H. 
The Licence Register shows The Angel to be a Wm Whitaker pub for many years from 1898. It was advertised for sale in 1897 with brewhouse, in the occupation of Mr Martin and acquired by William Whitaker & Co. Ltd the following year.
In 1959 The Angel became a Tetley pub when Wm Whitaker was taken over.
Later The Angel was a John Barras pub - part of Spirit Pub Company (Punch).
In 2015 Spirit was acquired by Greene King.
See the 2013 T&A article about the refit of the Malt Shovel and The Angel on the Malt Shovel page. I assume the delay in the refit of the Angel was caused by the acquisition of the Spirit Pub Company.
May 2018 - The Angel was refitted as a Greene King pub. At the time there was a suggestion from Greene King that the name could be changed to The Courthouse. This is referring back to the fact that Manor Courts were held in The Angel Hotel. There were a few objections to this suggestion from locals and it was decided to stay with The Angel.
Please read the page Licencees, sources for information about where a lot of the licencee names and owner names have come from.
1872 to 1955
|Joseph Field||1872 Aug 30||William Wainman Holmes, Malmsbury, Bristol|
|John Walker||1873 Nov 7|
|Hannah Elizabeth Walker||1880 Feb 27|
|William Boyes||1880 Nov 5|
|1881||Wm(?) Wainman Holmes, Baildon|
|Walter Chamberlain||1882 Aug 11||Thomas Wainman Holmes, Baildon|
|James Scott||1883 May 18|
|Frederick Waller||1889 Nov 8|
|Emma Waller||1893 July 7|
|Frederick Henman Martin||1893 Aug 18|
|1898||Wm Whitaker & Co Ltd., Bradford.|
|John Harry Hanson Boyes||1900 Jul 6|
|Alfred Berry||1903 Jun 19|
|Walter Boothroyd||1905 Dec 8|
|Edwin Pattinson||1906 Dec 7|
|Arthur Smith||1913 Jan 31|
|Francis James Robinson||1915 July 9|
|Daniel Clark||1915 Dec 17|
|William Carter Needham||1927 Aug 12|
|William Thomas Lee||1941 Oct 31|
|Herbert George Farrar||1943 Sep 17|
|Albert Edward Partridge||1951 Jan 5|
|Transferred to Bingley Petty Sessional Division 31 Dec 1955|
|1959||Tetleys acquire Wm Whitaker & Co Ltd.|
|John Barras brand (part of Spirit)|
|2015||John Barras brand (Spirit acquired by Greene King)|
|Stephen Eric Winrow||2018||Greene King brand. Refit.|
|Wainman Holmes Jr.||15||Male||Yorkshire||Engineer Apprentice|
|Edwin Pattison||Head||48||Male||Bradford, Yorkshire||Married||Publican|
|Agnes Pattison||Wife||45||Female||Bradford, Yorkshire||Married||Assisting in Business|
|Maud Pattison||Daughter||20||Female||Queensbury, Yorkshire||Single||Assisting in Business|
|Geo Henry Pattison||Son||17||Male||Bingley, Yorkshire||Single||Wool Merchants Office|
|Harold Pattison||Son||13||Male||Bingley, Yorkshire||School|
|Dorothy Pattison||Daughter||7||Female||Bingley, Yorkshire||School|
|Harriet Orchard||Servant||59||Female||Leeds, Yorkshire||Widow||Cook (Hotel)|
|Nellie Phelan||Servant||25||Female||Carlisle||Single||House Maid (Hotel)|
|Ernest Warrington||Servant||19||Male||Bradford, Yorkshire||Single||Waiter (Hotel)|
Many photos of the centre of Baildon feature The Angel. Some of these photos show that part of the building to the right of The Angel was the Angel Hotel petrol station. Prior to that the signs look as though they say "Angel Hotel Stables". It is more likely that the stables were round the back where the barn is. In The Story of Baildon John La Page says The present petrol station at the Hotel was originally the brewhouse  Page 39
Several of the earlier photos, including the 1943 photo, show that the Angel had etched glass in the windows displaying Angel Hotel & Bar Parlour. The later photos show that the glass is no longer etched and it looks as though the window frames have been replaced.
Barn at the rear of the Angel
The barn at the rear of the Angel is a listed building dating back to early to mid 17th century.
Listed Building description. Grade II
Barn. Early-mid C17. Coursed rubble, roughly dressed quoins, stone slate roof. 4-bay barn. Central cart-entry has composite jambs the lintel raised. Mistal doorway to right has composite jambs and large quoined lintel. Interior: good king-post roof with mostly original purlins and rafters.
- The Story of Baildon - John La Page.
- Baildon and the Baildons. W. Paley Baildon
- 1822 Baines History and Directory, West Riding.
- A Edwick Baildon history notes.
- Post Office Directory of Yorkshire 1857. Page 487
- Kelly's Directory for Leeds of 1893.
- See The Angel on BreweryPedia
- Licencees, sources
- Hand written entries in the Register of Licenses granted in the Division of Otley in the West Riding of the County of York
- Dates for the change in owner are only approximate
- Date and name unclear in register. Could be Tm.
- 2018 FOI request logged at WhatDoTheyKnow