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Rose & Crown

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The Rose & Crown was situated at 264 Waterside. This pub closed in 2012 and has now been demolished.
 
A curious little pub this with a tiny saloon and larger, games orientated public bar, its heyday was without doubt the early nineties when under enlightened ownership it sold a fine range of real beers to an appreciative clientele. Inevitably however the successful publicans moved on and succeeding management could not match their enthusiasm. Bizarrely at the latter end of its life it was a branded Belhaven pub, although I cannot recall it selling their beers. Fullers too got involved in the 2000s but nonetheless, the pub closed about 2010. The building still exists sporting a 'To Let' board where once a pub sign would have been.
Chiltern Tatler - Spring 2016 edition
 

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Demolition of The Rose & Crown, 2019

Picture source: Chris Connor