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# Walnut Tree, Impington (closed 1904)
 
# Walnut Tree, Impington (closed 1904)
 
# Rams Head, Swaffham Bulbeck (owned 1905)
 
# Rams Head, Swaffham Bulbeck (owned 1905)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*1. Rosemary Branch, Cherryhinton, near Cambridge
 
*2. Five Bells, Cherryhinton
 
*3. Black Horse, Swavesey
 
*4. Wheatsheaf, High Street, Chesterton
 
*5. White Horse, High Street, Chesterton
 
*6. Plough & Harrow, Oakington
 
*7. Rose & Crown, Rooks Street, Cottenham
 
*8. Railway Tavern, Station Road, Great Shelford
 
*9. Bell, Bottisham
 
*10. Cow & Hare, Lode
 
*11, Cock, Swaffham Prior
 
*12. Anchor, Upware
 
*13. Cross Keys, Sawston
 
*14. Golden Ball, Bottisham
 
*15. Leather Gaiter, Hauxton
 
*16. Unwin’s Impington
 
*17. Pike & Eeel, Horningsea
 
*18. Royal Oak, Willingham
 
*19. Red Lion, Thriplow
 
*20. Russian Arms, Cherryhinton
 
*21. Volunteer, Green Street, Cambridge
 
*22. Little Rose, Trumpington Street, Cambridge
 
*23. Spread Eagle, Lensfield Road, Cambridge
 
*24. Duke of Cambridge, Short Street, Cambridge
 
*25. Red House, St. Edward’s Passage, Cambridge
 
*26. Ye Merry Boys, St. John’s Street, Cambridge (ex- Star Brewery (Cambridge) Ltd.)
 
*27. Brewer’s Arms, Gwydir Street, Cambridge
 
*28. Crown, Hills Road, Cambridge
 
*29. White Horse, Castle Street, Cambridge
 
*30. Golden Rose, Emmanuel Road, Cambridge
 
*31. Jolly Brewers, Union Road, Cambridge
 
*32. Malt & Hops, Ainsworth Street, Cambridge
 
*33. Prince of Wales, Church Street, Cambridge
 
*34. Rose Hotel, Rose Crescent, Cambridge
 
*35. Red Lion, Orwell
 
*36. Waggon & Horses, East Road, Cambridge
 
*37. Carrier’s Arms, St. Tibb’s Row, Cambridge
 
*38. Rutland Arms, Botolph Lane, Cambridge
 
*39. Bell, Peas Hill, Cambridge
 
*40. Salisbury, Tenison Arms, Cambridge
 
*41. Ram, Ram Yard, Cambridge
 
*42. Greyhound, Little Wilbraham
 
*43. Carpenter’s Arms, Haslingfield
 
*44. Walnut Tree, Impington (closed 1904)
 
*45. Ram’s Head, Swaffham Bulbeck (owned 1905)
 
*46. Rose & Crown, Swaffham Bulbeck
 
*47. John Bull, Swaffham Bulbeck
 
*48. White Lion, Isleham
 
  
 
=='''Greater London'''==
 
=='''Greater London'''==

Revision as of 10:42, 23 September 2020

List of Lacon & Co. Ltd pubs

Great Yarmouth

  • 1. Albert Tavern, Southgates Road
  • 2. Wellington Hotel, St. Peter’s Road
  • 3. Sportsmans Arms (ex- Burrough’s of Great Yarmouth, Wine & spirit merchants, acquired 1897)
  • 4. Wrestlers Arms (ex- Burrough’s)
  • 5. Rose Tavern, King Street (owned 1894)
  • 6. Nursery Tavern, Northgate Street (owned 1912)
  • 7. Avenue Hotel, Beatty Road
  • 8. Lacon Arms, Alderson Road
  • 9. Clipper Schooner, Friar’s Lane
  • 10. Mariners Tavern, Howard Street South
  • 11. Golden Lion, George Street
  • 12. Royal Oak, Hall Plain
  • 13. Mitre, St. Nicholas Road
  • 14. Golfers Arms, Salisbury Road (built 1904)
  • 15. Tomlinsons Arms, Middlegate Street
  • 16. Black Swan, Howard Street South
  • 17. Bath Hotel, Marine Parade
  • 18. Dukes Head, Hall Quay
  • 19. Railway Hotel, Southtown Road
  • 20. Bell & Crown, South Quay
  • 21. Wheel of Fortune, George Street
  • 22. Earl of St. Vincent, King Street
  • 23. Falcon, North Quay
  • 24. Quay Mill Tavern, North Quay
  • 25. New Queens Head, Howard Street South
  • 26. Gallon Pot, Howard Street South
  • 27. Vine, Howard Street North
  • 28. Rose & Crown, Howard Street North
  • 29. Queen’s Head, Howard Street North
  • 30. Army & Navy, Blackfriars Road
  • 31. New Fountain Tavern, Middlegate Street
  • 32. Fishing Boat, Middlegate Street
  • 33. Turks Head, Middlegate Street
  • 34. Suffolk Tavern, Middlegate Street
  • 35. Yarmouth Fishery, Friar’s Lane
  • 36. Barking Smack, Marine Parade
  • 37. Earl of Beaconsfield, North Denes Road
  • 38. Marine Hotel, Marine Parade
  • 39. Regent Tavern, later Prince Regent, Regent Road
  • 40. Ship, Middlegate Street
  • 41. Buck Inn, Hall Quay
  • 42. Chequers, Nelson Road South
  • 43. East & West Flegg, Northgate Street
  • 44. Saracens Head, Church Plain
  • 45. Fish Stall House, Market Place
  • 46. Britannia, South Market Road
  • 47. Crystal Palace, Havelock Road
  • 48. Anchor & Hope, St. Peter’s Road
  • 49. Clarence Tavern, Clarence Road
  • 50. Gardeners Arms, Boreham Road
  • 51. Garden Lane Tavern, Garden Lane/ Charles Street
  • 52. Lion, 1 Euston Road. See: Lion, Great Yarmouth
  • 53. Old White Lion, King Street
  • 54. Fishwharf Refreshment Rooms, Fish Wharf (ex- Colchester Brewing Co.)
  • 55. North Tower, North Quay
  • 56. South Star, South Quay
  • 57. Hercules, North Market Road
  • 58. Alexandra, Victoria Road
  • 59. Ropemakers Arms, Howard Street North
  • 60. Market Distillery, formerly Elephant & Castle & later Red House, Market Place
  • 61. Tollhouse Tavern, Middlegate Street
  • 62. Queen Victoria, Northgate Street
  • 63. Lion & Lamb, King Street
  • 64. Elephant & Castle, Nelson Road North
  • 65. Waterside Tavern, Riverside Road
  • 66. Alma, Albion Road
  • 67. Camperdown Tavern, Nelson Road Central
  • 68. Floating Light, Blackfriars Road/ Charles Street
  • 69. Bricklayers Arms, Victoria Road
  • 70. Rifle Volunteer, Deneside
  • 71. Tanners Arms, Union Road
  • 72. White Horse Hotel, Northgate Street
  • 73. California Tavern, California Road
  • 74. Bear, Bridge Road (closed 1940)
  • 75. Belvidere Tavern, Kitchener Road (ex- Colchester Brewing Co., closed 1972)
  • 76. Brewery Tap, George Street (ex- Cobbold & Co. Ltd., Ipswich, closed 1927)
  • 77. Druids Arms, Middlegate Street (ex- Colchester Brewing Co., closed 1953)
  • 78. Albion Tavern, Fullers Hill (closed 1913)
  • 79. Apollo Tavern, Northgate Street
  • 80. Aquarium Hotel, Nelson Road North (destroyed by enemy action 1941)
  • 81. Artillery Arms, Factory Road
  • 82. Blackfriars Tavern, Blackfriars Road
  • 83. Bridge Hotel, Southtown Road
  • 84. Camden Tavern, Camden Road
  • 85. Coach & Horses, Northgate Street
  • 86. Coachmakers Arms, Market Place
  • 87. Cobholm Tavern, 123 Mill Road, Southtown. See: Cobholm Tavern, Great Yarmouth
  • 88. Cock, later Middlegate Tavern, Middlegate Street (closed 1940)
  • 89. Columbia Tavern, Crown Road
  • 90. Derby Stores, Havelock Road
  • 91. Eastern Star, Middle Market Road (destroyed by enemy action 1940)
  • 92. Enterprise, Howard Street South (closed 1956)
  • 93. Exchange Vaults, Howard Street South (closed 1939)
  • 94. Feathers Hotel, Market Gates
  • 95. Ferry Hotel, South Quay
  • 96. Foresters Arms, South Gates Road (closed 1959)
  • 97. Foulsham’s London Hotel, Market Place, later Blue Anchor Hotel (closed 1964)
  • 98. Garibaldi Hotel, St. Nicholas Road
  • 99. George & Dragon, Church Plain
  • 100. Jolly Tar, Rodney Road (closed 1915)
  • 101. Lancaster Tavern, Nelson Road Central
  • 102. Lord Collingwood, Laughing Image Corner (closed 1905)
  • 103. Lord Nelson, North Quay (closed 1974)
  • 104. Lord Roberts, Caister Road (closed 2007)
  • 105. Magdala Tavern, Middlegate Street (closed 1941)
  • 106. Malakoff Tower, Nelson Road Central
  • 107. Market Gate House, Market Gates (closed 1929)
  • 108. New Royal Standard Hotel, St. Peter’s Road
  • 109. Norfolk Hotel, Marine Parade
  • 110. Norfolk & Norwich Arms, St. George’s Road
  • 111. North Tower, North Quay (closed 1966)
  • 112. Norwich Arms, North Quay (closed 1904)
  • 113. Old Jamaica Stores, King Street (closed 1931)
  • 114. Penrice Arms, King Street
  • 115. Pleasure Boat Tavern, North Quay (closed 1926)
  • 116. Prince Consort, 10 Nelson Road North. See: Prince Consort, Great Yarmouth
  • 117. Queens Arms, Queen’s Road
  • 118. Railway Tavern, North Quay (closed c. 1938)
  • 119. Rifle Volunteer, Blackfriars Road (closed 1974)
  • 120. Rodney Tavern, Rodney Road (closed 1957)
  • 121. Royal Alfred Hotel, Marine Parade (closed c. 1967)
  • 122. Royal George, North Quay (closed 1959)
  • 123. St. Johns Head, North Quay
  • 124. St. Nicholas Tavern, St. Nicholas Street
  • 125. St. Peters Tavern, St. Peter’s Road
  • 126. Salisbury Arms, Century Road, Southtown
  • 127. Star & Garter, Hall Quay
  • 128. Suspension Bridge Tavern, Bridge Road
  • 129. Theatre Tavern, Theatre Plain
  • 130. Trinity Arms, South Gates Road (closed 1963)
  • 131. Wet Dock Tavern, South Gates Road (closed 1939)
  • 132. White Swan, South Quay (closed c. 1948)
  • 133. York Hotel, King Street (closed by 1957)
  • 134. Ballarat Tavern, South Gates Road (closed 1932)
  • 135. Brothers Inn, South Quay (closed 1923)
  • 136. Castle Tavern, Northgate Street (closed 1916)
  • 137. General Wyndham, Nettle Hill West (closed 1957)
  • 138. Griffin, George Street (closed 1914)
  • 139. Gunner, South Beach Parade (opened 1938)
  • 140. Havelock Tavern, Havelock Road (closed 1914)
  • 141. Iron Duke, Jellicoe Road (opened 1948). See: Iron Duke, Great Yarmouth
  • 142. New Bridge Tavern, Steam Mill Road (closed 1926)
  • 143. North Star, North Quay (closed 1933)
  • 144. Park Tavern, Saxon Road
  • 145. Prince of Wales, Nelson Road Central (closed 1959)
  • 146. Sir John Franklin, Nelson Road (closed 1904)

Norwich

  • 1. White Horse, St. Andrew’s Street
  • 2. White Cottage, Philadelphia Lane
  • 3. Queen Victoria, Magdalen Street
  • 4. Eastern Union Railway Tavern, St. Stephen’s Road (closed 1925)
  • 5. Beehive, St. Paul’s Plain
  • 6. Lord Nelson, Timber Hill
  • 7. New Inn, St. Catherine’s Plain
  • 8. Orchard Tavern, Mountergate Street (destroyed by enemy action 1942)
  • 9. Cabinet Maker’s Arms, later City Arms, Redwell Street (closed 1957)
  • 10. Currier’s Arms, Essex Street (destroyed by enemy action 1942)
  • 11. Jolly Skinners, Oak Street
  • 12. City Arms, Essex Street (closed by 1901)
  • 13. Builder’s Arms, Pottergate (closed 1955)
  • 14. Rose Valley Tavern, Unthank Road
  • 15. Oxford Arms, Oxford Street
  • 16. Beaconsfield Arms, Market Place
  • 17. Beaconsfield Arms, Lawson Road
  • 18. Sandringham Arms, William Street
  • 19. Royal Exchange, Market Place
  • 20. Grocer’s Arms, King Street
  • 21. East End Retreat, Thorpe Road
  • 22. Shrub House, Charing Cross
  • 23. Black Eagle, Rupert Street (closed 1942)
  • 24. Coach & Horses, Union Street
  • 25. Black Horse, Earlham Road
  • 26. Hope Tavern, Calvert Street
  • 27. Derby Arms, Derby Street (destroyed by enemy action 1942, re-opened 1950, closed c. 1970)
  • 28. Rose Tavern, Rupert Street
  • 29. Wine Cooper’s Arms, 30 St. Augustine’s Street
  • 30. King William IV, St. George’s Middle Street (closed 1908)
  • 31. Lacon Arms, Junction Road (closed 2006)
  • 32. Champion, Chapelfield Road
  • 33. Lord Raglan, Bishop Bridge Road
  • 34. Marquis of Lothian, Lothian Street (closed 1985)
  • 35. Rose Tavern, Oak Street (closed 1912)
  • 36. Royal Standard, Chapel Street (closed 1907)
  • 37. St. Margaret’s Stores, Westwick Street (later owned by Bullard & Sons Ltd.)
  • 38. Somerset Tavern, Union Street
  • 39. Suffolk Arms, Oak Street (closed 1907)
  • 40. Ten Bells, St. Benedict’s Street
  • 41. Volunteer Stores, Chapelfield Road (closed 1964)
  • 42. Windmill, Knox Road

Norfolk County

  • 1. King’s Head, Salhouse
  • 2. Red House, Cantley
  • 3. Lord Nelson, Hackford, near Reepham (closed 1909)
  • 4. Red Lion, Coltishall
  • 5. Swan Hotel, Loddon
  • 6. Cock Inn, Feltwell
  • 7. Red Lion, Market Place, Thetford
  • 8. Lion, West Somerton
  • 9. Ferry Boat Inn, Stokesby
  • 10. Suffolk Tavern, later Entertainer, Pier Plain, Gorleston
  • 11. Lacon Arms, Hemsby
  • 12. Lord Nelson, Beach Road, Caister on Sea
  • 13. Ship, Victoria Road, Caister on Sea
  • 14. Railway, The Havaker, Reedham
  • 15. Hermitage Inn, Acle
  • 16. King’s Arms, Panxworth Road, South Walsham
  • 17. Three Horse Shoes, Runham
  • 18. Lion Inn, The Street, Thurne
  • 19. Eel’s Foot, Eel’s Foot Road, Ormesby St.Michael
  • 20. King’s Arms, The Green, Martham
  • 21. Nelson Head, The Street, Horsey
  • 22. Cock Inn, Sea Palling
  • 23. Lifeboat Inn, Beach Road, Sea Palling
  • 24. Swan, High Street, Stalham
  • 25. Black Horse, Hoveton
  • 26. King’s Head, London Road, Attleborough (closed 1906)
  • 27. Lord Nelson, Beighton, near Buckenham
  • 28. Lacon Arms, Beccles Road, Bradwell
  • 29. King’s Head, St. John’s Road, Belton
  • 30. King’s Head, Yarmouth Road, Blofield
  • 31. Trowel & Hammer, Blofield Corner, Blofield (closed 1930)
  • 32. Artichoke, Yarmouth Street, Broome (ex- Crowfoot’s Brewery Ltd., Ditchingham)
  • 33. Castle, Caister on Sea
  • 34. Green Gate Hotel, High Street, Caister on Sea
  • 35. Manor House Hotel, Caister on Sea (destroyed by costal erosion 1941)
  • 36. Never Turn Back, Manor Road, Caister on Sea (opened 1957)
  • 37. White Horse Inn, The Street, Catfield (closed 1930)
  • 38. Jolly Farmer, Norwich Road, Forncett St. Peter
  • 39. Anchor & Hope, Pier Head, Gorleston
  • 40. Barking Fishery, High Road, Gorleston
  • 41. Belle Vue, Quay Road, Gorleston
  • 42. Dock Tavern, Dock Tavern Lane, Gorleston
  • 43. Fastolfe Arms, Brazenose Avenue, Gorleston (opened 1964)
  • 44. Free Trade Stores, Bells Road, Gorleston
  • 45. George & Dragon, High Street, Gorleston
  • 46. Greyhound, High Road, Gorleston
  • 47. Three Tuns, High Street, Gorleston
  • 48. Waterside Tavern, Bell’s Quay, Gorleston (destroyed by enemy action 1941)
  • 49. Wheelwright’s Arms, Beccles Road, Gorleston
  • 50. Cabinet Maker’s Arms, Great Hautbois (closed 1954)
  • 51. Kevill Arms, Church Road, Gorleston
  • 52. Lifeboat Tavern, Pier Walk, Gorleston
  • 53. Links Hotel, Marine Parade, Gorleston (opened 1952, closed 1999)
  • 54. Magdalen Arms, Magdalen Way, Gorleston (opened 1954)
  • 55. Old Commodore, High Street, Gorleston
  • 56. Pier Hotel, Pier Head, Gorleston
  • 57. Royal Albert, Bells Road, Gorleston (ex- Colchester Brewing Co.)
  • 58. Suffolk Fishery, Pier Walk, Gorleston (closed 1911)
  • 59. Crown Inn, Shropham Road, Great Hockham (ex- Alfred Arnold, Norwich, closed 1937)
  • 60. Unicorn, Harling Road, Great Hockham (closed 1904)
  • 61. Queen Victoria, Lower Street, Happisburgh
  • 62. Duke’s Head, Harleston Road, Earsham (closed 1956)
  • 63. Falcon, Cromer Road, Hellesdon
  • 64. Royal Oak, Market Place, Hingham
  • 65. Ferry Boat, Hockwold (closed 1914)
  • 66. Rampant Horse, Heywood Road, Heywood, near Diss (ex- Colchester Brewing Co., closed 1934)
  • 67. Turnstone, Station Road, Hopton on Sea (opened 1961)
  • 68. Queen’s Head, The Street, Stratton St. Mary
  • 69. Bull, The Street, North Lopham
  • 70. King’s Head, Market Place, New Buckenham
  • 71. Oddfellow’s Arms, Cliff Hill, Gorleston
  • 72. King’s Head, North Road, Hemsby (later owned by Steward & Patteson Ltd.)
  • 73. California Tavern, California, Ormesby St. Margaret
  • 74. First & Last Inn, Yarmouth Road, Ormesby St. Margaret
  • 75. King’s Head, Filby Lane, Ormesby St. Margaret
  • 76. Sportsman’s Arms, Ormesby St. Michael (leasehold, closed 1948)
  • 77. Horse & Groom, Rollesby
  • 78. Shoulder of Mutton, Strumpshaw
  • 79. Mariner’s Arms, Silfield, near Wymondham
  • 80. Nag’s Head, Market Place, East Harling
  • 81. Trowel & Hammer, White Hart Street, East Harling (closed 1939)
  • 82. Jolly Butchers, Lower Street, Horsham St. Faith’s (closed 1926)
  • 83. White Hart, Turnpike Road, Marsham
  • 84. Fox & Hounds, Moulton St. Michael
  • 85. Red Lion, High Road, Needham
  • 86. Jolly Dealers, Rockland All Saints (closed after 1929)
  • 87. Greyhound Inn, Norwich Road, Scole
  • 88. King’s Head, Harleston Road, Scole
  • 89. Crown, The Street, Shelfanger (closed 1970)
  • 90. Gate Inn, Starston (closed 1954)
  • 91. Fighting Cocks, Winfarthing (closed 1963)

Suffolk

Cambridge

  1. Volunteer, Green Street, Cambridge
  2. Little Rose, Trumpington Street, Cambridge
  3. Spread Eagle, Lensfield Road, Cambridge
  4. Duke of Cambridge, Short Street, Cambridge
  5. Red House, St. Edwards Passage, Cambridge
  6. Ye Merry Boys, St. Johns Street, Cambridge (ex- Star Brewery (Cambridge) Ltd.)
  7. Brewers Arms, Gwydir Street, Cambridge
  8. Crown, Hills Road, Cambridge
  9. White Horse, Castle Street, Cambridge
  10. Golden Rose, Emmanuel Road, Cambridge
  11. Jolly Brewers, Union Road, Cambridge
  12. Malt & Hops, Ainsworth Street, Cambridge
  13. Prince of Wales, Church Street, Cambridge
  14. Rose Hotel, Rose Crescent, Cambridge
  15. Waggon & Horses, East Road, Cambridge
  16. Carriers Arms, St. Tibbs Row, Cambridge
  17. Rutland Arms, Botolph Lane, Cambridge
  18. Bell, Peas Hill, Cambridge
  19. Salisbury, Tenison Arms, Cambridge
  20. Ram, Ram Yard, Cambridge
  21. Carpenters Arms, 182 Victoria Road, Cambridge. See: Carpenters Arms, Cambridge
  22. Durham Ox, 83 Mill Road, Cambridge (closed). See: Durham Ox, Cambridge
  23. Tailors Arms, 67 Norfolk Street, Cambridge (closed). See: Tailors Arms, Cambridge
  24. Rosemary Branch, 503 Coldhams Lane, Cherry Hinton, Cambridge (demolished). See: Rosemary Branch, Cherry Hinton
  25. Five Bells, Cherry Hinton, Cambridge
  26. Russian Arms, Cherry Hinton, Cambridge


Cambridgeshire County

  1. Bell, Bottisham
  2. Golden Ball, Bottisham
  3. Wheatsheaf, High Street, Chesterton
  4. White Horse, High Street, Chesterton
  5. Rose & Crown, Rooks Street, Cottenham
  6. Railway Tavern, Station Road, Great Shelford
  7. Carpenters Arms, Haslingfield
  8. Leather Gaiter, Hauxton
  9. Red Lion, 27 High Street, Histon. See: Red Lion, Histon
  10. Pike & Eel, Horningsea
  11. Unwins, Impington
  12. White Lion, Isleham
  13. Greyhound, Little Wilbraham
  14. Cow & Hare, Lode
  15. Plough & Harrow, Oakington
  16. Red Lion, Orwell
  17. Cross Keys, 57 High Street, Sawston (closed). See: Cross Keys, Sawston
  18. Rose & Crown, Swaffham Bulbeck
  19. John Bull, Swaffham Bulbeck
  20. Cock, Swaffham Prior
  21. Black Horse, Swavesey
  22. Red Lion, Thriplow
  23. Anchor, Upware
  24. Royal Oak, Willingham
  25. Walnut Tree, Impington (closed 1904)
  26. Rams Head, Swaffham Bulbeck (owned 1905)

Greater London

  • 1. Prince of Wales, St. Thomas Street, Stepney, E1
  • 2. Holland’s, Brayford Square, Aldgate, E1
  • 3. Pear Tree, Loampit Vale, Lewisham, SE13
  • 4. Crowndale, Crowndale Road, Camden Town, NW1
  • 5. Five Balls, Battersea Park Road, SW8
  • 6. Vincent Tavern, Vincent Street, Barking
  • 7. Ardmere Stores (off-licence), Blackheath, SE3
  • 8. Carlton, Regent Street, W1
  • 9. Off- licence, 36 East Lane, Bermondsey, SE1
  • 10. Stack Rock, Allen Road, Stoke Newington, N16
  • 11. Duke of Wellington, Shepherd Street, Spitalfields E1
  • 12. Sir Robert Peel, Bishopsgate, E1
  • 13. Railway Stores (off-licence), Old Kent Road, SE1
  • 14. Viceroy Stores (off-licence), Viceroy Road, Lambeth, SW8
  • 15. Perseverance Stores (off-licence), Wandsworth Road, SW8
  • 16. London Stores (off-licence), London Road, Stockwell, SW9
  • 17. Brockley Stores (off-licence), Brockley Road, SE4
  • 18. Avondale Stores (off-licence), Old Kent Road, SE1
  • 19. Bowes Road Stores (off-licence), Palmer’s Green, N13
  • 20. Hazelville Stores (off-licence), Hazelville Road, Holloway, N19
  • 21. Norman Stores (off-licence), Churchfield Road, Acton, W3
  • 22. Coborn Arms, Coborb Road, Bow, E3
  • 23. Coach & Horses, Great Marlborough Street, Soho, W1
  • 24. Builders Arms, 140 St Pauls Road, Islington, London N1