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Dandy Roll

Date of photo: 2015

Picture source: Colin Price


The Dandy Roll was situated at Gateway House, Bread Street. Now demolished and replaced by the building in the above photo.
I have very fond memories of working at The Dandy Roll, Bread Street, in the City, during 1971. I was on a working holiday. The owners were married couple...I think he was an ex policeman.....a lovely couple. Other memories are of a beaten copper bar which we usdd to polish regularly and I remember working with Aggie. Jukebox and great food downstairs. It was my one and only experience of working in a pub and I loved it. I was very sad to see that it has been demolished. I was hoping to revisit one day.
Kaye Farcich (November 2016)

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Brian Bishop 1971/1978 Used the pub almost every lunch hr. when Iworked for BT at Queen Victoria St it was run by a couple who lived in Brighton his name was Alan, the used to close at 2000 hrs so they could get home, met a lot of interesting people there particularythe girls who shall remain nameles, great pub shame its no longer with us