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Bromley Hall Tavern

Date of photo: 1920s

Picture source: Peter Reed


The Bromley Hall Tavern was situated at 321 Brunswick Road. This pub has now been demolished.

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Name Dates Comments
Barry Richards 1950s My grandfather, Reginald Douglas Richards was the publican until his death in 1957, my grandmother with the help of my father then took over. I remember it well, customers were dockers (all wearing flat caps), sawdust on the floor with an upright piano in the corner. Fond memories of helping out in the cellar.
Stephen Sussams 1957-1965 My parents Jean & John Sussams were the landlord & landlady at the Bromley Hall Tavern from 1957-1965 when it was designated for demolition. I remember some of the customers, and staff. Johnny Price, he had lost his legs during the second world war, Julie and Fred, our much loved barmaid and her husband a docker, Dennis, he worked for the gas board and part time as a barman and Harry, our window cleaner and regular customer.