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King Of Denmark

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The King Of Denmark was situated at 83 Ridgway.  This pub was present by 1867 when the publican was Thomas Roker. It was demolished and rebuilt in 1933, closing in 2007 and being demolished in 2011.

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Name Dates Comments
Dee Vickery 1980 to closure The last licensees of this lovely pub were my aunt and uncle; Joan and Jack Fuller. They had no children of their own, and as the eldest niece I spent a lot of time there - being thoroughly spoiled. When I was eighteen i used to serve behind the bar on the weekends and my uncle would send me home on Sunday night by taxi.

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Picture source: Hania Franek