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Canterbury Arms, 20 Lower Ford Street

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
Canterbury Arms Lower Ford St Canterbury has been an important centre since Roman times and became a place of pilgrimage after the murder of Thomas-a-Becket in December 1170, though why the name was applied to this pub I do not know. It was owned by the Leamington Brewery in 1903. The Canterbury stood parallel to the Foresters and was a very similar pointed shape on that odd junction of Raglan Street, Alma Street and Lower Ford Street in Hillfields. In 1974 it was closed and later demolished.


1903 W. Newman 1905 - 1913 E. Simpson 1929 H. Waters 1931 - 1932 T. Keene 1933 - 1936 E. J. Goughs 1937 - 1938 W. Smith 1939 - 1940 William Elliott
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