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Fleming Arms

 

Picture source: Barry Taylor


 
The Fleming Arms was situated on Alma Road. This was a public house on the Romsey Estates. It was one of three public houses named the Fleming Arms on the Estate; the others were at Swaythling and Binstead. The Fleming Arms was a typical Victorian corner development, built in the middle of the 19th century. It was close to the newly opened railway station, and must have been a good place for the railway travellers to stop at. The station was built by the LSWR and opened in 1847 on their line from Eastleigh to Salisbury. It closed in the 1980s.
The pub was leased in 1936 to Florence Emily Kitson. It is today called 'Sozo House' and owned by Sozo Ministries International a Christian Healing and Deliverance Ministry and UK registered charity.
 
Now used as a speech therapy centre called Speaking Space.
David Fisher (January 2015)
 

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