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Moulders Arms


Picture source: David Kinchlea

The Moulders Arms was situated at 50-52 Bromley High Street. This pub was demolished in 2007 and replaced by flats.
Facing the pub about 50 to 100 metres to the left was a large house. My grandmother my grandfather my mum and her two brothers lived in this house from 1908 to 1914. There were about twelve rooms in this house and every room had a family. On the ground floor was one toilet which everyone in house had to use, but also, The Moulders arms clientele had to use it because the pub had no toilet. ( the good old days )  My mum told me that every weekend there was a continuous queue of people from the pub going past there room, relieving themselves in the one toilet whilst sing at top note for every ones enjoyment.
Rob Haysom (April 2012)

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Site of The Moulders Arms, 2013

Picture source: Colin Price