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Fellmongers Arms

 

 

 


 
The Fellmongers Arms was situated at 25 Crimscott Street. This pub was known as The Willows for much of the 1980s. It was the site of the unsolved murder of doorman Frank Moody and has now been demolished.
Source: Ian Chapman
 

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Name Dates Comments
Jane Pascoe 1970s I worked there in the 1970s I think - worked as a barmaid there. Neville Axford was the owner, wife Margaret, potman nicknamed Smiley I think. DJ Tony Shepherd - brilliant! Clients nameshard to recall - gentleman called Alan but nicknamed Albert who had a brother Steve.
Jillian Selby (Fox) 1974/1978 Worked behind the bar for 6 years and would love to know what has happened to some of the regulars.remembering lenny, billy rae and dizzy. also danny and amelda brown
Lionel 'Billy' Wray 1968/1983 The old football team and friends from the Fellmongers are still around and are in regular contact with each other. We still meet up on a fairly regular basis. Many of the old faces have now moved to the suburbs and beyond. We all have many happy memories from our time in the Fells.