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Bricklayers Arms

Bricklayers Arms, Caxton

Picture source: Keith Edkin

The Bricklayers Arms was situated on Ermine Street. This grade-II listed pub is now used as a private house.
I recently purchased some old books at an auction, amongst them was a hand written ledger for the Caxton Conservative Club, who it appears held some of their monthly meetings from 1910 to 1914 in a room at the Bricklayers Arms at the rate of 3 shillings for the night. The monthly meetings alternated between the Bricklayers and the Cross Keys.
Mick Strong (September 2020)
Listed building details:
Cottage and shop. C17. Timber-framed with roughcast render and painted brick. Plain tile roofs. One storey and attic, three unit plain with extension to north. Two end stacks to left hand of main range and extension, and ridge stack to right of centre. Shop occupies end bay to south. Five horizontal sliding sash windows and glazed shop door; three gabled nine-paned hung sash dormer windows. Plastered plinth. External entry to cellar.

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