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Adam and Eve, 29 Eden Street, Paradise

Alternative Addresses:Paradise Street; Stoney Stanton Road; Old Yard, Foleshill
These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
18411850BEERHOUSE, Foleshill
1861presentADAM AND EVE
Adam Eve Eden St From 1845 to 1850, this pub was recorded as Beerhouse, Paradise. However, it was asserted to have been in existence by 1830 by the newspaper article of 1961 shown below. The area is named after Paradise Farm, which stood on the opposite side of the canal, in Stoke Heath. Eden Street was the track to Paradise Farm, and was called Paradise Row earlier. The Adam and Eve and Eden Street were so named because of their association with Paradise. Around 1930 the brewery bought the three cottages adjoining the pub and added them to it. In 1991 it was purchased from Mitchells and Butlers by Charles Wells and extensively renovated. Adam Eve Eden St

LICENSEES:

1861 - 1866 Joseph Haddon 1868 - 1874 Elijah Haddon 1876 - 1880 Joseph Stanley 1888 George Strong 1892 John Flowers 1900 - 1904 Edward Smith 1905 - 1922 Charles Smith 1924 - 1929 T. Richardson 1935 - 1936 Elizabeth Knight 1937 - 1940 F. Russell 1950 - 1961 William Eley (see above)
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