Union Arms, Junction Street, Hillfields
|Alternative Addresses:||St. Peters Street|
|These premises have been known by different names during their history:||FROM||TO||NAME|
|This pub is first seen mentioned in a newspaper in 1851, with the passing of Edward, second son of Thomas Eaves.
In 1853 it was reported that "Ellen Cole, landlady of the Union Arms beerhouse, in Hill-field, was charged with keeping her house open and allowing persons to be drinking there after twelve o'clock on Friday night last".
The location of the pub is variously reported as being St. Peters Street and Junction Street, and the premises in this location - the corner of Junction Street and St Peter's Street - was from 1853 known as the JUNCTION ARMS.|
LICENSEES:1853 Ellen Cole
Street plan of 1851