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Thames Barrier Arms

  Copyright Stephen Craven and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

The Thames Barrier Arms was situated at 32 Hardens Manor Way. Previously called The Lads Of The Village, this pub closed in 1997 and is now used as a veterinary surgery.
In the 1990's the Thames Barrier Arms was used for scenes in an episode the TV series London's Burning. The pub was given the name The Roebuck Arms and a name board with this name was attached to the pub. After the shooting the TV company left the board on the pub which lead to some pub historians thinking it had been a previous name of the pub and doing research to find out when the name had been used.
Colin Price (April 2020)

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