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Manvers Arms

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The Manvers Arms was situated on Monks Road. It closed in 2006 and has now been demolished to make way for flats.
This pub was built in 1934 for Mowbray & Co, brewers of Grantham. It took the name, and the licence, of The Manvers Arms in Danesgate, and Mr Harry Green, who had been tenant of The Steamhammer Inn, took the tenancy. It served the residential population of the area and also provided Accommodation for road users. The general manager of the brewery stated in 1934 that the site was passed by many thousands of motorists and tourist who went through Lincoln on their way to coast.
Naomi Field (September 2018)

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Other Photos
Date of picture: 2008

Picture source: Naomi Field

Lounge bar 2008, following closure

Picture source: Naomi Field

Saloon 2008, following closure

Picture source: Naomi Field

Date of picture: 2008

Picture source: Naomi Field