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Joiners Arms, 65 Spon Street

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
18231830JOINERS ARMS
1831?KING WILLIAM INN
18331967WILLIAM IV, KING WILLIAM IV
William IV Spon St The Company of Joiners were granted a coat of arms in 1571. Joiners differ from carpenters in doing lighter and more ornamental work and take their name from the fact that they join pieces of wood with joints. In 1823 a deed of purchase mentions a former dye-house 'known as the JOINERS ARMS then as the sign of KING WILLIAM IV'. This building was formerly a dye house which was converted to the pub called the JOINERS ARMS. In 1831 it was the KING WILLIAM INN before becoming the WILLIAM IV. It was also known as the DUKE WILLIAM. At one time it brewed its own beer as in 1960 the old brewery could be seen at the rear. It closed on 3rd April 1967.

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1828 - 1829 James Pope
Joiners Arms
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