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Fruiterers Arms

Picture source: Hania Franke

The Fruiterers Arms was situated at 2-4 White Lion Street. The building dates from the 16th Century and is grade-II listed. The pub, which had a six day licence, closed in December 1989 and is now a W H Smith’s.
Listed building details:
Former use unknown now public house. C17 heightened in the C18 with C20 alterations. Rendered. Pantile roof. 3 storeys, 2 storeys plus attic to right-side. Jettied at first floor. 6 first floor windows. C20 pub front with off-centre door, casement windows and long fascia. Sash windows with glazing bars and simply moulded surrounds and one casement window on upper floors. Fascia cornice. Blind dormer gable to right-side.

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Picture source: Hania Franke