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Acton Arms

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The Acton Arms was situated at 296 Kingsland Road.
 
This pub had been present by 1839 and was substantially rebuilt in 1889.  It was a Watney’s Brewery pub.  In around 1985 it became a free house and traded for a while as Nolan’s Bar,adopting something of an Irish theme.  By 2000 the name had reverted to the Acton Arms, but the pub closed in 2001 and was converted for use as a hairdressers’ salon.  The ground floor is now unused. 
Stephen Harris
 

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