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Harmood Arms

Date of photo: 1976

Picture source: Timothy Keane

The Harmood Arms was situated at 59 Harmood Street and is now in residential use.

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Name Dates Comments
Patricia Coleman 1950/1966 This pub was run by the Treadaway family for many years, my uncle Jim Foster went to school with Jonnie Treadaway. All the family used the pub as we all lived opposite. They had a big room above which they used for Xmas parties for all the kids living locally. A great local community pub, great memories.
Mark Treadaway 1890s/1960s My grandfather Harold Treadaway took over this pub after WW1 with his mother Charlotte when his father Edwin Treadaway died. Harold managed the pub with his wife Lizzie up until his retirement in the 1960s. My father was the John Treadaway mentioned in the previous post.
I must have visited the pub as an infant, but have no memory of it
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