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Three Johns

Picture source: T C


 

The Three Johns was situated at 73 White Lion Street. This pub closed in 2013, at which time it was known as The Fallen Angel. Prior to that it was part of the Hobgoblin chain.
 
Now reopened under its original name of The Three Johns.
T C (May 2014)
 

 
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Name Dates Comments
Michael Newton 1960-1980 My grandmother was Francis (Frankie) Brooks. Frankie owned the pub. As grandchildren my mother June, along with her brothers, my uncles Bill and Brian Brooks and her sister Kay took myself with my 3 brothers Paul, Andrew and Mark and all my cousins down there very often. Many fond memories like pulling my first pint of watneys red barrel when I was 11 years old.