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Batchworth Arms

Picture source: Simon Madden


The Batchworth Arms was situated at 58 Church Street. This pub opened in 1866 and closed in 1994. Originally known as The Railway Arms, it was built from three cottages being knocked into one shortly after the opening of the Rickmansworth ( Church St ) station situated opposite. The station closed in 1952 and was taken over by a printing firm and eventually the site was redeveloped for housing thus breaking the connection with the railway and the pub. The pub took on the name of the local area and became the Batchworth Arms or the ' Batch' as it was known colloquially. Demolished in 1994, there is now an office block and car park on the site.

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Date of photo: 1999

Picture source: Simon Madden

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Name Dates Comments
Liz 1966/1967 Please any help or info on father i've never met. He worked there with his mum between those years he was 20-22 they were spanish his name Pedro Rescoe de Bravada or Prevada please help thank you.
Lisa Sharp-Greer 1967 My mother in Law is Julie Greer, her parents Frank and Maura Biswell ran the Pub in the time period you have stated. They knew Pedro, apparently he went on to run/own a restaurant in Denham Uxbridge.