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The King’s Head in Brooke was first mentioned as a cottage in 1627 in the will of a farmer John Stannard who left it to his son William Stannard. After 1640, William sold the property to the Lord of the Manor after which it was converted into a Coaching Inn on the King’s Highway (the King in question being Charles I – shortly before he lost his head!). Under The Protectorate, the Inn was allowed to retain its name, The King’s Head, and had stables and three spare rooms.