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The name of this Wetherspoon pub recalls the importance of the linen trade, which transformed Ballymena from a small hamlet into a market town.
It was the cultivation of flax and the need for a suitable place in which to bleach the linen Webs, woven by cottagers, which began Ballymena's transformation from a few homes around the ford of the River Braid. An important stimulus to the trade was the introduction of the 'flying shuttle'. This enabled yard-wide cloths to be woven, later to be adopted throughout Ulster.
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