List of Timothy Taylor & Co. Ltd. pubs

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Timothy Taylor's pubs in Keighley in 2008

List of Timothy Taylor Pubs

Current pubs:

  • 1 Albert Hotel, Bridge Street, Keighley BD21 1AA (October 1885)
  • 2 Boltmakers Arms, East Parade, Keighley BD21 5HX (October 1895)
  • 3 Brown Cow with former Bell Bank Brewery of Richard Lightfoot, Ireland Bridge, Bingley BD16 2QX (acquired from Parker & Co. Ltd, Haworth in July 1956)
  • 4 Crossroads Inn, Mount Tabor Road, Wainstalls HX2 7TB (acquired by Timothy Taylor in 2003)
  • 5 Devonshire Hotel, 25-27 Main Street, Grassington BD23 5AD (acquired by Timothy Taylor in 2015)
  • 6 Dog & Gun Inn, Colne Road, Malsis, Glusburn BD20 8DS (May 1936)
  • 7 Dog & Gun Inn, Denholme Road, Leeming, Oxenhope BD22 9SN
  • 8 Fleece Inn, 67 Main Street, Haworth BD22 8DA (acquired from Parker & Co. Ltd, Haworth in July 1956)
  • 9 Grouse Inn, Harehills Lane, Oldfield, Oakworth BD22 0RX (acquired from Parker & Co. Ltd, Haworth in July 1956)
  • 10 Hare & Hounds, Lane Ends, Chisley, Old Town, near Wadsworth HX7 8TN (acquired from Parker & Co. Ltd, Haworth in July 1956)
  • 11 Harrogate Brasserie, 26-30 Cheltenham Parade, Harrogate HG1 1DB
  • 12 Lord Rodney Bar & Kitchen, Church Street, Keighley BD21 5HT
  • 13 New Inn, Main Street, Cononley, BD20 8NR (Sept. 1874)
  • 14 Royal Oak (Royal Hotel), Oakworth Road, Damside, Keighley BD21 1QD (Nov. 1885)
  • 15 Royal Oak, 36 Kirkgate, Ripon HG4 1PB
  • 16 Town Hall Tavern, 17 Westgate, Leeds City Centre LS1 2RA (Sold by former Leeds brewer Musgrave & Sagar Ltd to Timothy Taylor in 2006)
  • 17 White Horse Inn, Well Heads, Thornton, Bradford BD13 3SL
  • 18 White Swan Hotel, 300 Wheatley Lane Road, Wheatley Lane, Fence, Lancashire BB12 9QA
  • 19 Woolly Sheep Inn, 38 Sheep Street, Skipton BD23 1HY


Former pubs:

  • New Inn, Halifax Road, Bocking, near Keighley BD22 9AP (acquired Nov. 1859; Taylor's second tied house)
  • Volunteer Arms (The Volunteers), Lawkholme Lane, Keighley BD21 3DX (The brewery's first tied house: bought Nov. 1859)
  • Brown Cow, 5 Cross Leeds Street, Keighley BD21 2LF (Feb. 1864) (Sold off as a free house)
  • Cricketers Arms, 23 Coney Lane, Keighley (Dec. 1869) (Sold to Worth Brewery, then a free house)
  • Vine Tavern, Hope Place, Greengate Road, Keighley BD21 5LJ (Jan. 1873) (Sold off in 2012 and closed; converted to residential use)
  • Beaumonts Arms, High Street, Keighley (Feb. 1876)
  • Queens Arms, formerly Horse & Jockey, Long Row, Horsforth (May 1876, sold to Ilkley Brewery Co. Ltd, Ilkley, Feb. 1895)
  • Old Star Inn, Steeton, near Keighley (Oct. 1876)
  • Burlington Arms, Market Street, Keighley BD21 5AD (Jan. 1878) (closed 2018)
  • Fountain Inn, formerly Hole in the Wall, Church Street, Keighley (Dec. 1884)
  • Masons Arms, Sun Street, Keighley (Nov. 1885)
  • Boston Hotel, Back Wood Street, Manningham, Bradford (Nov. 1886, sold Jan. 1913)
  • Plumbers Arms, Salt Pie Street, White Abbey, Bradford (March 1887, sold April 1927 to Bradford Corporation)
  • Friendly Inn, South Street / Aireworth Street, Keighley BD21 1NS (Dec. 1887) (Sold off as a free house - renamed Percy Vears)
  • Prince of Wales, Albert Street, Shipley (March 1888, closed before 1968 with the land being sold in November of that year)
  • Ferrands Arms with brewhouse, Queen Street, Bingley BD16 2JS (Oct. 1889)
  • (Danube Maltings, Danube Street, New Wortley, Leeds (May 1890, sold Feb. 1958))
  • Star Inn, Andrew Street/ Bush Street, Leeds (June 1890)
  • Black Lion Inn, Mill House Bank, Leeds (Sept. 1890)
  • Bull's Head, formerly London Music Hall, Sackville Street, Bradford (Oct. 1891, sold July 1919)
  • Brunswick, later Brunswick Union & Social Club, Brunswick Street, Keighley (Nov. 1891)
  • White Swan, formerly Blue Ball, Mabgate, Leeds (Jan. 1893, sold April 1941 to John Smith's Tadcaster Brewery Ltd.)
  • Lisbon Tavern, Lisbon Street, Leeds (Nov. 1899, sold May 1920)
  • Off-licence, Turkey Street, Keighley (Jan. 1930)
  • Eastwood Tavern, Bradford Road, Keighley (Sept. 1935, ex- Aaron King & Co, Keighley)
  • Off-licence, West Leeds Street, Keighley (Sept. 1935, ex- Aaron King & Co)
  • Globe Hotel, 2 Parkwood Street, Keighley BD21 5QR (Sept. 1935, ex- Aaron King & Co) (Closed)
  • Off-licence, 70 Park Lane, Keighley (Sept. 1935, ex- Aaron King & Co)
  • Off licence, Ingrow, near Keighley (Oct. 1947)
  • Cross Inn with brewhouse, Heptonstall, near Hebden Bridge HX7 7LW (acquired from Parker & Co. Ltd, Haworth in July 1956). See: Cross Inn, Heptonstall
  • Mount Skip Inn, Wadsworth (acquired from Parker & Co. Ltd, Haworth in July 1956)
  • Hare & Hounds, Back Lane Ends, Colne (acquired from Parker & Co. Ltd, Haworth in July 1956)
  • Knowle Arms, Bracken Bank Crescent, Keighley
  • Timothy Taylor, Braithwaite Avenue, Keighley
  • Old Unicorn, 165 Lower Town Street, Bramley, Leeds LS13 3NA (Sold by former Leeds brewer Musgrave & Sagar Ltd to Timothy Taylor in 2006; then to J D Wetherspoon in 2014)
  • Shepherds Arms, 3 Church Street, Colne BB8 0EB (sold off and renamed 'Duke of Lancaster')
  • Slubbers Arms, 1 Halifax Old Road, Hillhouse, Huddersfield HD1 6HW (sold off as a free house)