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*1. Dewsbury & District Railwaymen’s Club (an interest in), formerly Wakefield Arms, Dewsbury (acquired Oct. 1924)
 
*1. Dewsbury & District Railwaymen’s Club (an interest in), formerly Wakefield Arms, Dewsbury (acquired Oct. 1924)
 
*2. New Inn, Gowthorpe, Selby (Aug. 1926)
 
*2. New Inn, Gowthorpe, Selby (Aug. 1926)
 
*3. Royal Oak, Kirkhouse Green, Kirk Bramwith (July 1947)
 
*3. Royal Oak, Kirkhouse Green, Kirk Bramwith (July 1947)
*4. Board Inn, Market Place, Howden
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*4. Board Inn, Market Place, Howden (renamed Howden Arms in 2016)
 
*5. Forester’s Arms, High Street, Carlton
 
*5. Forester’s Arms, High Street, Carlton

Latest revision as of 13:45, 27 November 2018

Selby (Middlebrough) Brewery Ltd

  • 1. Dewsbury & District Railwaymen’s Club (an interest in), formerly Wakefield Arms, Dewsbury (acquired Oct. 1924)
  • 2. New Inn, Gowthorpe, Selby (Aug. 1926)
  • 3. Royal Oak, Kirkhouse Green, Kirk Bramwith (July 1947)
  • 4. Board Inn, Market Place, Howden (renamed Howden Arms in 2016)
  • 5. Forester’s Arms, High Street, Carlton