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Old Friar Inn, 76 Much Park Street

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
William Reading at 76 Much Park Street, who had been a stonemason, opened the WHITE FRIAR Public House c1851 and continued until c1874. The 1851 Board of Health map shows two premises called the White Friar opposite each other - a White Friar Tavern on the corner of Whitefriars Street and Much Park Street and a White Friar Public House on the south side, opposite, at the point where Much Park Street joins London Road. The two continue to co-exist until 1874. On the Ordnance Survey map of 1888 this pub, on the south side of Much Park Street, is labelled the OLD FRIAR INN. The pub closed c1903.


1868 William Reading, Beer Retailer 1879 Joseph Archer, Baker & Licensed Victualler
Old Friar Inn
Street plan of 1851
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