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  lost pubs listed in Somerset



Date last updated: 14th February 2020

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Lost Pubs In Somerset

  Axbridge   Galhampton   Queen Camel
B   Glastonbury R
  Bath   Gurney Slade   Radstock
  Batheaston H   Redhill
  Bathford   Hambridge   Rockwell Green
  Biddisham   Hardington Mandeville   Rode
  Blagdon   Henstridge S
  Blue Anchor   High Littleton   Saltford
  Bridgwater   Highbridge   Shepton Mallet
  Bruton   Holditch   Shurton
  Burnham On Sea I   Somerton
  Burtle   Ilchester   South Petherton
C   Ilminster   Stanton Drew
  Camerton K   Stathe
  Carlingcott   Keinton Mandeville   Stoford
  Castle Cary   Kewstoke   Stogumber
  Chard   Keynsham   Stogursey
  Chewton Mendip   Knapp   Street
  Chilton Polden L T
  Clapton   Langport   Taunton
  Clevedon   Limpley Stoke   Thurloxton
  Combe Down   Long Ashton U
  Combwich M   Ubley
  Congresbury   Marston Magna W
  Cotford St Luke   Martock   Watchet
  Coxley   Meare   Wedmore
  Creech Heathfield   Merriott   Wellington
  Creech St Michael   Midsomer Norton   Wells
  Crewkerne   Milverton   West Buckland
  Croscombe   Minehead   West Horrington
  Curry Rivel   Monkton Combe   West Huntspill
D N   Weston Super Mare
  Doulting   Nailsea   Whatley
  Dunkerton   North Curry   Whitchurch
  Durston   North Petherton   Williton
E   Nunney Catch   Wincanton
  East Coker O   Winsham
  East Huntspill   Oldford   Woolavington
  Evercreech   Over Stowey   Woolley
F P   Worle
  Farmerton   Panborough   Wrantage
  Farrington Gurney   Paulton Y
  Faulkland   Pawlett   Yeovil
  Flax Bourton   Pensford  
  Freshford   Penselwood  
  Frome   Pill  

Note that the county index above is determined by pre-1974 reorganisation boundaries.