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Westmoreland Arms

 


 

The Westmoreland Arms was situated at 35-41 Westland Place. Now demolished.
Source: T C
My parents, Gerald and Eva Pool ran this pub during the 1930s and were bombed out around 1940. Six incendiary bombs hit the pub and they were lucky to survive. My memories are scant as I was very young but I remember we had Airedale puppies who we had to leave in the cellar during an air raid. They were our main concern! Luckily they survived. Often during an air raid my father would shelter customers in the cellar. Soon after my brother and I were evacuated to Burgess Hill, Sussex.
Ms E Makowski (April 2014)

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