- It was the previous owner, John Hegarty, who commissioned Hewett to draw up plans for the new house, a higgledy-piggledy amalgamation of neo-Georgian elements, for which permission was granted.
- Adding to the higgledy-piggledy feel of the pub is the situation of the bar, the main part is in one of the front rooms, with a serving hatch tucked under the stairs in the middle of the pub to serve the other rooms.
- The site occupies the corner of a somewhat higgledy-piggledy plaza dominated by a small, historic church.
Late 16th century: rhyming jingle, probably with reference to the irregular herding together of pigs.
This is a rhyming jingle probably used with reference to the herding together of pigs in a disorderly and confused way.
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