This 65 mile carriage drive took place sometime in the 1990s. Led by the late Tony Harvey of Tannington Hall, two of its participants, Alec Jolly and Kenny Hambling, are from Hoxne. It started in Tannington, Suffolk, via several pubs, to the old cattle market in Norwich, Norfolk. The return journey is shown, via even more pubs, to the King's Head (alias the Low House), Laxfield.
See how many old pubs you can spot.
The event was recorded by Terry Gould.
This has been converted from a VHS cassette - hence the quality is not the best.
See some of the same people in the DVD 'Last of Old England', obtainable by following this link to Oral Traditions of Suffolk