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Hare & Hounds

Date of photo: 1995

Picture source: Geoff Hammond


The Hare & Hounds was situated on North End Way. This pub was destroyed in a WWII bombing raid (see photo below), and rebuilt in 1968. It closed in 2003 and was again demolished, and replaced by flats.
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Date of photo: 1940s

Picture source: Dave Birking

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Name Dates Comments
Geoffrey Hammond 1995 I worked at the pub for about 3 months, sometime from July to November 1995. At the time the manager's name was Bret and he lived there with his girlfriend/wife Michelle. Others working at the pub at that time: Young Spanish lady, Mercedes, young British man, Matthew
Sister pubs to this one were the Arnos Arms (formerly next to the Arnos Grove tube station) and the Maid of Muswell when they were all part of the Bass pub chain.
Brett Hall 1995 This was my first pub that I was licencee of . I believe it was around 6 moths we managed the pub then myself and Michelle moved to the Angel in Highgate . It was very unusual pub with stair to get to main bar. We did have a Thai restaurant downstairs called the Thai Tiger and actually brought in a tiger cub for the opening . A lot of fun with the students from across the road and some great memories . I left London 1998 returning to Australia