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Axe & Cleaver

 


The Axe & Cleaver was situated on West Street. This pub closed in 2016 and is now used as a Mexican restaurant.
Source: Gemma Gadd
There wasn't a sink for washing your hands in the mens for a few years - and the one mens toilet didn't have a seat. There was a gothic lady in the late '90s who owned a massive great dane called Toots, and it was a regular occurrence to come back to your table after going to the toilet to find Toots was sat in your seat and had drank your pint. However it was a great pub - you could rely on it for great music, with live bands every weekend - which showcased new bands every Tuesday. It had good acoustics for a small venue.
Ben (January 2021)

From Lincolnshire Heritage
A mid 19th century two storey former public house, constructed in red brick in English Bond, under a pitched slate roof with two corbeled brick ridge stacks. The ground floor has an early 20th century wooden panel door with overlight, and a single window flanked by three large bar windows.To the far left was a carriage/goods entrance. On the first floor are five plain sashes with swept heads and corresponding coloured brick pattern above. Decorative string course below eaves.

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