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Admiral Holland, Banbury, Oxfordshire


Picture source: Movement80


The Admiral Holland was situated on Woodgreen Avenue, and was an estate pub built in the early 1960s named after a local man who commanded the British against the Bismarck in the Battle of the Denmark Strait. This pub closed in 2015 and is rumoured to be converted to residential.

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