Mitchells & Butlers pubs in Birmingham

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Mitchells & Butlers Ltd pubs in Birmingham

Birmingham

  1. Acorn Inn, Icknield Street (owned 1901)
  2. Acorn, Hill Street
  3. Adderley Arms, Adderley Street
  4. Adderley Arms, High Street
  5. Albion Inn, Hope Street. Closed 1927.
  6. Albion Inn, Sheepcote Street
  7. Anchor inn, 33 Islington Row. Closed 1961 and replaced by the CRUSADER.
  8. Apollo Tavern, Charles Henry Street
  9. Army & Navy, Great Brook Street
  10. Bank Tavern, New John Street West
  11. Barley Mow, Great Russell Street (owned 1901)
  12. Bell Hotel, Bell Street
  13. Bell Hotel, James Watt Street
  14. Bell, Phillips Street
  15. Birmingham Arms, Hampton Street
  16. Black Horse, Banbury Street
  17. Black Horse, Ormonde Street. Closed 1930.
  18. Black Horse, Stoke Street. Closed 1934.
  19. Black Horse, Woodcock Street / 222 Ashted Row (later 22 Jennens Road). Ex Butler's Crown Brewery.
  20. Black Lion, Coleshill Street
  21. Board Vaults, Summer Row
  22. Bridge Tavern, Granville Street
  23. Britannia, Brewery Street
  24. Britannia, Dean Street
  25. Britannia, Legge Street. Closed 1930.
  26. Britannia, Pershore Street
  27. British Oak, Mott Street
  28. British Queen, Lee Bank Road
  29. Brookfields Tavern, 169 Hingeston Street. Closed 1970s.
  30. Brown Lion, Hall Street
  31. Brunswick Hotel, 52 Lancaster Street. Closed 1967.
  32. Bulls Head, Howard Street
  33. Bulls Head, Shadwell Street (owned 1901)
  34. Cabin, Priory Queensway. Opened 1966.
  35. Carpenters Arms, St Georges Street
  36. Castle Inn, 5 Prospect Row. Closed 1965.
  37. Chapel Tavern, 123 Great Charles Street. Ex William Butler's Crown Brewery. Closed 1966.
  38. Chapel Tavern, Newhall Street
  39. Clock Tavern, Caroline Street
  40. Coach & Horses, Irving Street
  41. Coach & Horses, 93 Spring Hill. Ex Henry Mitchell.
  42. Colmore Arms, New John Street West (owned 1901)
  43. Colmore Inn/Hotel, 16-18 Church Street.
  44. Craven Arms, Ashley Street
  45. Cross Guns, Wharf Street. Closed 1934.
  46. Crown Inn, 36-37 Broad Street. Butler's former brewery tap. See: Butler's Crown Brewery Ltd
  47. Crown Hotel, 65 Station Street. Ex Butler's Crown Brewery.
  48. Crown Inn, 14 Cope Street. Closed 1965.
  49. Crown Inn, Graham Street
  50. Crown Inn, Irving Street (owned 1901)
  51. Crown Stores, Morville Street
  52. Crown, Snow Hill
  53. Crusader, 29 Auchinleck Square, Five Ways. Opened 1963.
  54. Cuckoo Tavern, Cuckoo Road
  55. Cup Stores, Ruston Street
  56. Denbigh Arms, Great Hampton Row. Closed 1933.
  57. Dolphin, 174 Irving Street
  58. Dolphin, Unett Street
  59. Dudley Castle, Sand Pits
  60. Duke of Cambridge, Great King Street. Opened by M&B in July 1937, as a replacement for a 19c pub on the site. Closed ca.1993.
  61. Duke of York, 213 Aston Road. Closed 1972.
  62. Duke of York, 13 Duke Street, Gosta Green. Closed 1974.
  63. Duke of York, Great Hampton Street
  64. Duke of York, 16 Hockley Hill. Closed 1996. The building collapsed in a storm, November 2006.
  65. Duke of York, Horsefair. Closed 1936.
  66. Duke of York, Windmill Street
  67. Eagle & Ball, Penn Street. Later 'Moby Dicks'.
  68. Edgbaston Hotel, Lee Bank Road
  69. Engine, Granville Street
  70. Fisherman, New John Street
  71. Five Ways Inn, 148 Broad Street. Closed 1967.
  72. Five Ways Inn, Miller Street
  73. Fox & Grapes, Freeman Street / Park Street. Demolished 2019.
  74. Frankfort Arms, Great Russell Street
  75. Gate Inn, 183 Icknield Street. Ex Henry Mitchell. Built 1888; architects James & Lister Lea. Closed 1970.
  76. Gem Vaults, Steelhouse Lane
  77. General Elliott, Station Street
  78. George & Dragon, 12 Albion Street, Jewellery Quarter. See: George & Dragon, Birmingham
  79. George & Dragon, Barr Street
  80. George & Dragon, 134 Steelhouse Lane. Aacquired 1917 from Highgate - Walsall Brewery Co. Ltd. Rebuilt 1926, closed 1960.
  81. Glass Makers Arms, Granville Street (sold to Atkinsons Brewery Ltd, Aston Park Brewery)
  82. Globe Inn, Great Barr Street
  83. Globe Tavern, Camden Street
  84. Globe Tavern, Dartmouth Street
  85. Golden Cross, Snow Hill
  86. Golden Cup, Camden Street
  87. Golden Lion, Lionel Street
  88. Golden Lion, Spring Street. Closed 1929.
  89. Goldsmiths & Jewellers Arms, 23 Hockley Street, Jewellery Quarter. Formerly a Henry Mitchell pub.
  90. Goodfellows Lodge, Old Meeting Street
  91. Gothic Stores, 1 Great Hampton Street. Built ca.1900.
  92. Graham Arms, Graham Street
  93. Granville Inn, 232 Broad Street. Opened 1924. See: Granville Inn, Birmingham
  94. Grapes, Aston Street
  95. Great Western Hotel, 241 Icknield Street. Closed 1970.
  96. Greenway Arms, Coventry Road / Cattell Road
  97. Greyhound, Navigation Street
  98. Grotto Vaults, Camden Street
  99. Gun Makers Arms, Theodore Street. Closed 1930.
  100. Hen & Chickens, Broad Street. Closed 1932.
  101. Hen & Chickens, New John Street West
  102. Holt Arms, Lister Street. Closed 1930.
  103. Hop Pole, Great Colmore Street
  104. Hope & Anchor, Caroline Street
  105. Hope & Anchor, Hockley Street
  106. Hope & Anchor, New Canal Street (owned 1901)
  107. Islington Vaults, Sheepcote Street
  108. Jewellers Arms, Hockley Street
  109. Justice Arms, Great Russell Street
  110. King Edward VI, 17 Parade / Newhall Hill. Bought by M&B 1922; demolished 1996.
  111. King Edward VII, 275 Corporation Street. By Wood & Kendrick, 1905. See: King Edward Inn, Birmingham
  112. Kings Arms, Bagot Street
  113. Kings Arms, Bordesley Street (owned 1901)
  114. Kings Arms, Howe Street
  115. Kings Arms, Lodge Road
  116. Kings Arms, Pershore Street
  117. Kings Arms, William Street
  118. Kings Head, Broad Street
  119. Lamp Tavern, Cregoe Street
  120. Lamp Tavern, Great Russell Street (owned 1901)
  121. Leopard Inn, Camden Street
  122. Lion & Lamb, Camden Street
  123. Lion & Lamb, Macdonald Street
  124. Little Brown Jug, 131 Great Hampton Row. 1960s. Converted to a community centre.
  125. Liverpool Arms, Curzon Street
  126. Malt Shovel, John Bright Street
  127. Markby Stores, Markby Road
  128. Midland Tavern, 235 Lawley Street. Rebuilt 1900; closed 1982.
  129. Mitre Inn, Granville Street
  130. Mitre Inn, Ledsam Street
  131. Nags Head, Irving Street
  132. Nelson Inn, Ashley Street
  133. Nelson Inn, Hylton Street
  134. Nelson Inn, Sandpits
  135. Nelson, Vyse Street. Closed 1931.
  136. New Inns, William Street (owned 1901)
  137. Old Contemptibles (ex Albion), 176 Edmund Street. See: Old Contemptibles, Birmingham
  138. Old Crown, Great Charles Street (owned 1901)
  139. Old Engine, Dale End (owned 1901)
  140. Old Lodge Inn, Coventry Road
  141. Old White Lion, Lancaster Street. Closed 1930.
  142. Olde Royal, Temple Row
  143. Orange Tree, Ruston Street (owned 1901)
  144. Plough & Harrow, Hampton Street. Closed 1933.
  145. Prince of Wales, Coleshill Street
  146. Pump Tavern, Aston Road
  147. Punch Tavern, St Vincent Street
  148. Queens Arms, Broad Street
  149. Queens Arms, Easy Row (owned 1901)
  150. Queens Arms, 150 Newhall Street. See: Queens Arms, Newhall Street, Birmingham
  151. Queens Head, Bishop Street
  152. Queens Head, Dartmouth Street
  153. Queens Head, Hockley Street
  154. Queens Head, 28 Steelhouse Lane. Rebuilt by M&B in the 1960s to replace an earlier pub.
  155. Queens Stores, 80 Bath Row. Closed 1962.
  156. Railway Inn, Livery Street
  157. Red Cow, Duke Street
  158. Red Cow, Horsefair
  159. Red Cow, Windmill Street
  160. Red House, New John Street (ex-George Pim & Co. Ltd., Stoke)
  161. Red Lion Hotel, 95 Warstone Lane. Built 1901.
  162. Red Lion, 53 Church Street / Cornwall Street (owned 1901). Renamed OLD ROYAL.
  163. Red Lion, Smallbrook Street
  164. Regent Park Tavern, Coventry Road
  165. Richmond Arms, Friston Street
  166. Roebuck, 152 Hurst Street
  167. Rollers Arms, Floodgate Street
  168. Rose Villa Tavern, 172 Warstone Lane, Jewellery Quarter. Opened 1920; architects Wood & Kendrick.
  169. Royal Exchange, Colmore Street. Closed 1931.
  170. Royal Exchange, 152 Park Road. Closed 1970.
  171. Royal George, Bromsgrove Street
  172. Royal Mail, 84 New Street
  173. Royal Oak, Barn Street
  174. Royal Oak, Barr Street
  175. Royal Oak, Great Lister Street
  176. Royal Oak, Great Russell Street (owned 1901)
  177. Royal Oak, 210 Icknield Street. Owned 1901. Closed 1970.
  178. Royal Oak, Pritchett Street
  179. Royal Oak, Stoke Street
  180. Sacks of Potatoes, 10 Gosta Green
  181. Samsons Head, Branston Street (owned 1901)
  182. Saracens Head, Snow Hill. Closed 1930.
  183. Scots Arms, Bristol Street
  184. Shakespeare Inn, Parade
  185. Shakespeare, Lionel Street
  186. Shakespeare Tavern, 4 Lower Temple Street. See: Shakespeare, Lower Temple Street, Birmingham
  187. Shakespeare, Newhall Hill
  188. Shakespeare Inn, 31 Summer Row. Ex Henry Mitchell.
  189. Shakespeares Head, Constitution Hill. Closed 1933.
  190. Ship Inn, Ledsam Street
  191. Spread Eagle, Spiceal Street
  192. St Johns Stores, Great Tindal Street
  193. St Martins Hotel, Jamaica Row / St Martins Lane
  194. St Mathias Tavern, Great Russell Street
  195. St Pauls Tavern, 24 Ludgate Hill
  196. St Thomas Tavern, Upper Gough Street
  197. Stafford Arms, Bristol Street
  198. Stag & Pheasant, Woodcock Street
  199. Star Stores, George Street
  200. Star Vaults / Star Wine Vaults, 114 Dale End. Closed 1966 and licence transferred to the Cabin, Priory Queensway.
  201. Station Hotel, Monument Road / Cope Street
  202. Swan with Two Necks, Aston Street
  203. Talbot Inn, Holloway Head
  204. Tamworth Arms, Moor Street
  205. Three Tuns, Smallbrook Street (destroyed 1940 by enemy action)
  206. Trafalgar Vaults, Barr Street
  207. Tram Stores, Hockley Hill. Closed 1926.
  208. Tramway Stores, Constitution Hill
  209. Transport Arms, Great Russell Street
  210. Trocadero, 18 Temple Street. Ex Atkinsons Brewery Ltd.
  211. Unicorn Inn, William Street
  212. Victoria Inn, Guest Street
  213. Victoria, Cardigan Street. Closed 1930.
  214. Victoria, 48 John Bright Street. Ex Butler's Crown Brewery.
  215. Viking, 76 Smallbrook Queensway
  216. Wandering Minstrel, Bull Ring West Court. Demolished 2000s.
  217. Warwickshire Arms, Unett Street
  218. Welcome Inn, 26 Owen Street, Five Ways. Closed 1964.
  219. Welcome Stores, Friston Street
  220. Welcome, Wheeleys Lane
  221. Wheatsheaf Inn, Windmill Street
  222. Wheatsheaf, Cregoe Street
  223. Wheatsheaf, Suffolk Street
  224. White Hart, 19 Paradise Street (owned 1901; closed 1965)
  225. White Horse Cellars, 106 Constitution Hill. Ex Flower & Sons Ltd, Stratford on Avon.
  226. White Horse Hotel, 30 Congreve Street / Great Charles Street, Built 1906; closed 1965.
  227. White Horse, Newtown Row
  228. White House, 99 Unett Street North. It was acquired by Holdens.
  229. White Swan, Ashley Street
  230. White Swan, Branston Street. Closed 1933.
  231. White Swan, Hampton Street
  232. White Swan, Hanley Street (owned 1901)
  233. White Swan, Legge Street
  234. White Swan, Spencer Street. Closed 1930s.
  235. White Swan, 61 Summer Row
  236. White Tower, 126 Lawley Street. Rebuilt 1932.
  237. Why Not, Osler Street. Closed 1936.
  238. Woodbine Stores, Washington Street. Closed 1939.
  239. Woodman, 5 Easy Row. Rebuilt 1892 (architect Henry Naden). Demolished 1964.
  240. Woodman, 12 Well Street. Closed ca.2013. See: Woodman, Well Street, Birmingham
  241. Woodman, Cregoe Street. The original Atlinson's pub was demolished in 1962. The replacement pub was opened by M&B in May 1967, but demolished for redevelopment in 2005.
  242. Woodman, Great Russell Street (owned 1901)

Aston, Duddeston, Saltley

  1. Adventurers, Queens Road, Aston. Opened 1969. Demolished by 2016.
  2. Alma Tavern, 123 Alma Street, Aston. Closed 1968.
  3. Aston Brook Tavern, Powell Street, Aston
  4. Aston Hall Tavern, Tower Road, Aston
  5. Bartons Arms, 144 High Street, Aston. Rebuild of an earlier pub, 1901. Architect Mr Brassington of James & Lister Lea. See: Bartons Arms, Aston
  6. Bloomsbury Tavern, Heneage Street, Duddeston
  7. Brewery Tavern, 209 Bloomsbury Street, Aston. Closed 1967.
  8. Britannia, Park Lane, Aston
  9. Britannia Inn, 287 Lichfield Road, Aston. Ex Henry Mitchell. Built 1898-1900, architect Wood & Kendrick.
  10. Britannia, 2 Landor Street / Adderley Road South, Adderley Park. Closed 1980.
  11. Brookhill, 480 Alum Rock Road, Alum Rock. Opened 1928; architect G B Cox of Harrison & Cox. See: Brookhill, Alum Rock
  12. Brown Lion, Lodge Road, Aston
  13. Country Girl. Bridge Road / Parkfield Road, Alum Rock. Closed.
  14. Cross Guns, Washwood Heath Road, Saltley. A Victorian Atkinsons Brewery Ltd pub which was rebuilt by M&B ca.1987. Redeveloped ca.2012.
  15. Crown & Anchor, Lodge Road, Aston
  16. Crown, Church Road, Aston
  17. Dog & Partridge, 128 Windsor Street / Ashted Row, Duddeston. Demolished.
  18. Foaming Tankard, Bloomsbury Street, Aston
  19. Fountain Inn, Duddeston Mill Road, Duddeston
  20. Fountain Inn, Spooner Street, Duddeston
  21. Gate Inn, 36 High Street / Washwood Heath Road, Saltley To M&B 1919; closed 1989.
  22. Guild Arms, 69 Witton Road, Aston. Closed ca.2008.
  23. Gun Makers Arms, Lichfield Road, Aston
  24. Havelock Tavern, 28 Havelock Road, Saltley. Ex Cheshire's Brewery. Demolished 2012.
  25. Holte Hotel, Witton Lane / Trinity Road, Aston. Ex Flower & Sons Ltd.
  26. King Edward VII, Lichfield Road / Aston Hall Road, Aston. Built 1904, architect Wood & Kendrick. Demolished 2015.
  27. Lamp, Lichfield Road, Aston
  28. Mazeppa, 39-41 Yates Street, Aston. Closed 1969.
  29. Pelham Arms, Alum Rock Road / Pelham Road, Alum Rock. Opened 1916; rebuilt 1989. Closed.
  30. Queens Hotel, 165 Church Lane, Aston. Sold to Atkinsons Brewery Ltd. Closed 1969.
  31. Railway Inn, 148-149 Great Francis Street, Duddeston. Ex Ansells Brewery Ltd, Aston. Closed 1954.
  32. Railway Inn, Duddeston Mill Road, Duddeston
  33. Red Lion, 228-230 Lichfield Road, Aston. Closed 1977.
  34. Reservoir Tavern, 469 Lichfield Road, Aston. Demolished ca.2008.
  35. Rocket / Winning Post (?), Great Francis Street, Duddeston. Closed.
  36. Royal Exchange, 222 Rocky Lane, Aston. Closed 1954.
  37. Royal George, 28 Park Road / Tower Road, Aston. Closed 1976.
  38. Sportsman Inn, 202 New Town Row / Moorsom Street, Aston. Closed 1973.
  39. Stores, Lichfield Road, Aston. Closed 1938.
  40. Unicorn, Bloomsbury Street, Aston
  41. Union Inn, Great Francis Street, Duddeston
  42. Victoria, Albert Road / Upper Thomas Street, Aston
  43. Victoria Inn, 99 Duddeston Mill Road, Duddeston. Closed 1976.
  44. Ward End, 8 Burney Lane, Alum Rock. Opened 1927; architect S N Cooke. Became a restaurant.
  45. White Swan, Phillips Street, Aston

Balsall Heath

  1. Australian Arms, Highgate Road, Balsall Heath
  2. Australian House, Highgate Road, Balsall Heath
  3. Belgrave Hotel, 339 Moseley Road, Balsall Heath. Ex Flower & Sons Ltd. Closed 1968.
  4. Brighton Hotel, 323 Ladypool Road, Balsall Heath. Closed.
  5. Brighton Hotel, Ladypool Road, Balsall Heath
  6. Britannia, Sherbourne Road, Balsall Heath
  7. Calthorpe Arms, Clevedon Road, Balsall Heath
  8. Crown, 39 St Pauls Road, Balsall Heath. Converted to flats.
  9. Crown Inn, Wenman Street, Balsall Heath. Closed 1967.
  10. Eagle Tavern, 189-191 Mary Street, Balsall Heath. Ex William Butler & Co. Ltd. Bought by M&B in 1939.
  11. Eagle, Belgrave Road, Balsall Heath
  12. Grapes, Belgrave Road (ex-Rushtons Brewery Ltd, Lion Brewery)
  13. Green Man, Vincent Parade, Balsall Heath
  14. Hen & Chickens, Moseley Street, Balsall Heath
  15. New Inns, 527 Moseley Road, Balsall Heath. Rebuilt in the 1890s. See: New Inn, Balsall Heath
  16. New Moseley Arms (Clock), 96 Edward Road, Balsall Heath
  17. Railway Inn, 108 Clifton Road, Balsall Heath. Ex Flower & Sons Ltd. Converted to flats.
  18. Red Lion, Lincoln Street, Balsall Heath
  19. Sherbourne Arms, Longmore Street, Balsall Heath
  20. The Stores (off- licence), Cox Street West, Balsall Heath
  21. Waggon & Horses, Moseley Road, Balsall Heath
  22. White House, Moseley Street, Balsall Heath
  23. White Swan, Moseley Street, Balsall Heath
  24. White Swan, Vincent Street, Balsall Heath

Bordesley, Deritend, Digbeth

  1. Anchor, Benacre Street, Digbeth
  2. Audrey Arms, 88 Moseley Street, Deritend. Closed 1980.
  3. Big Bulls Head, 75 Digbeth
  4. Birmingham Arms, 1 Moat Row, Deritend
  5. Brushmakers Arms, 5 Cheapside, Deritend. Ex Butler's Crown Brewery.
  6. Carpenters Arms, Barford Street, Deritend
  7. Castle & Falcon, Digbeth
  8. Clements Arms, 30 Coventry Road / Upper Trinity Street, Bordesley. Ex Marston, Thompson & Evershed Ltd, Burton. To M&B in 1911. Built 1880s. Previously the BIRMINGHAM & OXFORD RAILWAY INN and the GREAT WESTERN VAULTS.
  9. Coach & Horses, High Street, Bordesley. Closed 1936.
  10. Coventry Arms, Barford Street, Deritend
  11. Cup, Bradford Street, Deritend
  12. Drovers Arms, 345 Bradford Street, Deritend
  13. Grand Turk, St Lukes Road, Deritend
  14. Hope & Anchor, Green Street, Deritend
  15. Matador, 205 East Court, Bull Ring. Opened 1963, closed 2000.
  16. Nelson Inn, Barford Street, Deritend
  17. New Inn Hotel, 191-194 Bromsgrove Street, Deritend. Rebuilt 1884, bought by M&B 1934, closed 1972.
  18. Old Bulls Head, 80-81 Digbeth
  19. Queens Arms, Barford Street, Deritend
  20. Rose & Crown, Bromsgrove Street, Deritend
  21. Royal George, 143 Digbeth. Rebuilt 1962-1964. Closed 2000s.
  22. Watering Hole, 109 Coventry Road, Bordesley. 1980s. Closed 2000 and became a restaurant.
  23. Welcome, Bromsgrove Street, Deritend

Eastern Birmingham

Dolphin, Acocks Green: photo courtesy Birmingham Mail
Dolphin, Acocks Green: photo courtesy Birmingham Mail
  1. Arden Oak, Arden Oak Road, Sheldon. Opened 1965. It became a 'Harvester'.
  2. Bell, 98 Bell Lane, Tile Cross. Closed.
  3. Blakesley, Clements Road / Blakesley Road, Yardley. Opened 1931; architects James & Lister Lea. Demolished.
  4. Broadway, Belchers Lane, Bordesley Green. Built 1927; converted to a restaurant.
  5. Bromford, 338 Bromford Lane, Washwood Heath. Opened 1927; architects James & Lister Lea. Site redeveloped 2017.
  6. Bulls Head, 1283 Coventry Road, Hay Mills. Closed 1983 and the licence transferred to the 'Old Bill & Bull'.
  7. Cabin, 492 Sheldon Heath Road, Garretts Green. Originally a temporary building from 1951. Rebuilt as the Mazeppa, then the Radley Arms. Converted to retail.
  8. Chestnut Tree, 208 Sheldon Heath Road, Garretts Green. Rebuilt 1964; site redeveloped with housing.
  9. Dolphin, 1203 Warwick Road, Acocks Green. Rebuild of an old coaching inn in 1930; architect S N Cooke. Demolished 1992.
  10. Dove Cote, Cockshut Hill, Sheldon. Opened 1963. Converted to retail.
  11. Fox Hollies, Olton Boulevard / Fox Hollies Road. Opened 1928; architects Wood & Kendrick. Closed 1997.
  12. Good Companions, 1741 Coventry Road, Yardley. Opened 1938; demolished 1993.
  13. Gospel Oak, Gospel Lane, Acocks Green. Built 1932; architects James & Lister Lea. Converted to a supermarket.
  14. Greet Inn, Warwick Road / Manor Farm Road, Tyseley
  15. Guineas (later Racecourse), Bromford Drive, Castle Bromwich.
  16. Harlequin, Shard End Crescent, Castle Bromwich. Opened 1962; demolished 1992.
  17. Heathway, Heathland Avenue, Castle Bromwich. Opened 1962.
  18. Hunters Moon, 220 Coleshill Road, Castle Bromwich. Opened 1961.
  19. Iron Horse, 355 Flaxley Road, Stechford. Opened 1966.
  20. Journeys End, 262 Clay Lane, Yardley. Opened 1939; architect F W B Yorke.
  21. King of Bohemia, 57 Comberton Road, Sheldon. Closed.
  22. Meadway, 105 Kelynmead Road, Lea Hall. Opened 1962; demolished 1992.
  23. Monica, Somerville Road, Bordesley Green
  24. New Inn, 1538 Coventry Road, Yardley
  25. North Star, 189-191 Station Road, Stechford. Opened 1960.
  26. Old Bill & Bull, 1308 Coventry Road, Hay Mills. Replaced the Bulls Head in about 1983.
  27. Richmond, Richmond Road / Bordesley Green East. Opened 1930; architects Harrison & Cox. Site redeveloped as a health centre 2008.
  28. Red Lion, 1145 Warwick Road, Acocks Green. Rebuilt 1982.
  29. Redhill Tavern, 1123 Coventry Road, Hay Mills. Built 1926; architects Harrison & Cox. See: Redhill Tavern, Hay Mills
  30. Skylark, 106 Farnborough Road, Castle Vale. Opened 1966. Later to Thwaites.
  31. Speedwell, 225 Stockfield Road, Yardley. Opened 1929; architects Bateman & Bateman. Demolished ca.1991 and site redeveloped as a car showroom.
  32. Stagecoach, Newport Road, Castle Bromwich. Opened 1966, demolished 1998.
  33. Stirrup Cup, 208 Horrell Road, Sheldon. Opened April 1956; architect A Edwards. Converted to retail.
  34. Three Horseshoes, 2102 Coventry Road, Sheldon. The site of an old inn which was rebuilt by Wood & Kendrick for M&B in the 1930s. Rebuilt ca.1982
  35. Trident, Timberley Lane / Bradley Road, Shard End
  36. Two Hands, Kitsland Road, Shard End. Opened 1962. Demolished and replaced by housing.
  37. White Hart, Gressel Lane / East Meadway, Tile Cross.
  38. Yardley Arms, Yardley Fields Road / Rosemary Road, Stechford
  39. Yew Tree, Stoney Lane / Church Road, Yardley. Opened 1926; architects James & Lister Lea. Demolished ca.2000.

Edgbaston

  1. Bush, Hagley Road, Edgbaston
  2. Chequers, Bellbarn Road, Edgbaston
  3. Dog & Partridge, Lee Bank Road, Edgbaston
  4. Earl Grey, 76 Pershore Road, Edgbaston. Alterations by Wood & Kendrick in the 1920s. Closed 1998.
  5. Firebird, Tylney Close / Bellevue, Edgbaston. Demolished ca.2009.
  6. Queens Arms, Wynn Street, Edgbaston
  7. Salmon Inn, Bellbarn Road, Edgbaston
  8. Sir Harry, Hollies Croft, Edgbaston. Opened July 1969; closed by 2009.
  9. Sun Inn, Bristol Street, Edgbaston
  10. White Swan, Wynn Street, Edgbaston

Erdington and Tyburn

  1. Armada, Gravelly Hill, Erdington. Replaced a former Atkinsons Brewery Ltd pub, the Erdington Arms, in 1973. Redeveloped as a petrol station.
  2. Bagot Arms, Eachelhurst Road / Chester Road, Tyburn. Opened 1931, architects Bateman & Bateman.
  3. Cross Keys, 15 High Street, Erdington. Opened 1911, architects Wood & Kendrick. See: Cross Keys, Erdington
  4. Brookvale, 172 Slade Road, Erdington. Opened 1934, architect Holland W Hobbiss.
  5. Greyhound, 361 Court Lane, Erdington.
  6. Leopard, Jerrys Lane / Flackwell Lane, Short Heath. Opened 1940, converted to flats ca.2019.
  7. Norton, Kingsbury Road / Tyburn Road, Birmingham. Opened 1927, architects James & Lister Lea. Closed 2000 and redeveloped as a supermarket.
  8. Red Lion, 105 Station Road, Erdington. Opened 1899, architects Wood & Kendrick. See: Red Lion, Erdington
  9. Royal Oak, 1 Marsh Lane, Erdington. Ex Butler's Crown Brewery. See: Royal Oak, Erdington
  10. Stockland Inn, Marsh Hill, Stockland Green, Erdington. Opened 1924, architects Bateman & Bateman. See: Stockland Inn, Erdington
  11. Swan, 61-65 High Street, Erdington. Rebuilt 1968.
  12. Yenton, Sutton Road, Wylde Green. See: Yenton, Wylde Green

Handsworth

  1. Beehive, 198 Soho Hill, Handsworth. Demolished 2016.
  2. Boulton Arms, Nineveh Road, Handsworth
  3. Dovedale, 34a Church Road, Handsworth. Redeveloped 2009.
  4. Grand Turk, Wattville Road, Handsworth
  5. Highland Tavern, 114 Holyhead Road, Handsworth. Ex Holder's Brewery Ltd. Closed 1979.
  6. New Inns, Holyhead Road, Handsworth. A 19c pub which was much altered and extended by Wood & Kendrick for M&B. Richly decorated. Closed 1990s and converted to flats by 1995. See: New Inns, Handsworth
  7. Roebuck, 130 Soho Hill, Handsworth. A former Henry Mitchell house.
  8. Royal Oak, 171 Holyhead Road, Handsworth
  9. Uplands Hotel, Oxhill Road, Handsworth. Opened 1932, architects Harrison & Cox. Demolished 2009.
  10. Watt Tavern, 7 Soho Hill, Handsworth. Closed 1965.
  11. Woodman, 375 Holyhead Road, Handsworth. Demolished 2004 for use by West Bromwich FC.

Harborne and Quinton

  1. Bell Inn, 11 Old Church Road, Harborne. Ex Butler's Crown Brewery.
  2. Court Oak, Court Oak Road, Harborne. By architect G B Cox for M&B, 1932.
  3. Crown, High Street, Harborne
  4. Golden Cup, Ridgacre Road / Quinton Road West, Quinton. Opened 1965; architects Scott & Clark.
  5. Green Man, 2 High Street, Harborne. Opened 1940, architects Bateman & Bateman. See: Green Man, Harborne
  6. Harborne Stores (ex Stores Inn), 109 High Street, Harborne
  7. Hillyfields, 156 Quinton Road / Cadnam Close, Harborne. Opened 1958.
  8. Holly Bush, Hagley Road West / Quinton Lane, Ridgacre. Opened 1937 to replace an older smaller pub nearby. It became a 'Toby Carvery'.
  9. Junction Inn, 212 High Street, Harborne. Opened 1904, architects Wood & Kendrick. See: Junction Inn, Harborne
  10. New Inn, 74 Vivian Road, Harborne
  11. Old Crown, Carters Lane / Lye Close Lane, Quinton. Rebuilt ca.1976.
  12. Plough, 21-23 High Street, Harborne
  13. Punchbowl, 153 Wolverhampton Road South / Ridgacre Road, Quinton. Opened 1937. Closed 2016 and redeveloped.
  14. Queens Head, Greenfield Road, Harborne
  15. Red Lion, Lion Hill, Harborne
  16. Scarlet Pimpernel, Tennal Road, Harborne. Opened 1963; demolished ca.2013.
  17. Sportsman, 19 Metchley Lane, Harborne
  18. Vine Inn, 310 High Street, Harborne. Opened in July 1989 to replace a 19c pub.
  19. White Swan, 134 Harborne Road, Chad Valley

Highgate

  1. Ale Stake, 291 Gooch Street. Converted to a restaurant. See: Ale Stake, Birmingham
  2. Australian, Darwin Street, Highgate
  3. Baltic Inn, 276 Sherlock Street. Formerly a Henry Mitchell pub. Closed 1968.
  4. Brewer & Baker, Ravenhurst Street, Highgate
  5. Bridge Inn, Gooch Street
  6. Burton Arms, Sherlock Street
  7. Carpenters Arms, Adelaide Street / Lower Darwin Street, Highgate.
  8. Cheltenham Arms, Sherlock Street
  9. Clements Arms, Gooch Street / Highgate Street
  10. Crown, Leopold Street, Highgate
  11. Darwin Tavern, Darwin Street, Highgate
  12. Leopard, Vaughton Street, Highgate
  13. Moseley Arms, 105 Ravenhurst Street, Highgate
  14. Peacock, 25 Darwin Street, Highgate. Formerly a Henry Mitchell pub. Rebuilt 1935. Converted to retail.
  15. Pint Pot, Emily Street, Highgate. Converted to flats.
  16. Queens Arms, 26 Macdonald Street, Highgate
  17. Rodney Inn, Gooch Street
  18. Roebuck, 177 Darwin Street, Highgate. Demolished 1957.
  19. Rose Tavern, William Edward Street, Highgate
  20. Royal Oak, Darwin Street, Highgate
  21. Ryland Arms, Sherlock Street
  22. Sportsman inn, Sherlock Street
  23. St Clements Arms, Gooch Street
  24. St Lukes Tavern, 33 St Lukes Road. Closed 1962.
  25. Stanley Arms, Sherlock Street
  26. Star Inn, Gooch Street
  27. Wellington Inn, 160 Gooch Street. Ex Henry Mitchell. Pub closed 1991.
  28. Wrens Nest, Wrentham Street. 1960s. Closed by 2008.

Kings Norton

  1. Bulls Head, 75-77 The Green, Kings Norton. Rebuilt 1901; architects James & Lister Lea.
  2. Cartland Arms, Parsons Hill, Kings Norton. Opened 1937; architects Wood & Kendrick. Closed by 2000 and it became a restaurant.
  3. Fordrough, The Fordrough / Redhill Road, West Heath. Converted to a supermarket.
  4. Grant Arms, 1814 Pershore Road, Kings Norton. Opened 1930; architects Wood & Kendrick. See: Grant Arms, Kings Norton
  5. Man on the Moon, 609 Redditch Road, West Heath. Opened 1937; architects Bateman & Bateman.
  6. Saracens Head, 55 The Green, Kings Norton (closed 1930)
  7. Three Horseshoes, Alcester Road, Kings Norton
  8. Village Inn, Pershore Road South, Kings Norton. Ex Butler's Crown Brewery. Rebuilt to designs of James & Lister Lea. It became a 'Toby Carvery'.

Ladywood

  1. Acorn, Friston Street, Ladywood
  2. Bridge Inn, 73 Monument Road, Ladywood. Ex Henry Mitchell.
  3. Commercial Inn, 28 Shakespeare Road, Ladywood. Closed 1968.
  4. Glassblowers Arms, 41 Icknield Port Road, Ladywood. Ex Holder's Brewery.
  5. Greyhound, Vittoria Street, Ladywood
  6. Hyde Arms, 80 Hyde Road / Clark Street, Ladywood. Closed 1968.
  7. Ivy Bush, 181 Hagley Road, Ladywood
  8. Ivy Green Inn, 22 Edward Street / 15 Clement Street, Ladywood. Closed 1969.
  9. King Edward Stores, 49 Nelson Street, Ladywood. Closed 1966.
  10. Kings Head, Ryland Street, Ladywood
  11. Ladywood House, Ledsam Street, Ladywood
  12. Mitre Inn, Ledsam Street, Ladywood
  13. Nags Head, 298 Monument Road, Ladywood. Closed 1968.
  14. Pied Piper, Ledsam Street, Ladywood. Opened 1967; closed by 1999.
  15. Reservoir Inn, 132 Osler Street / Reservoir Road, Ladywood
  16. Robin Hood (& Little John), 101 Garbett Street / Summer Hill Street, Ladywood
  17. Rose Inn, St Vincent Street, Ladywood
  18. Rose & Crown, Ryland Street, Ladywood
  19. Ryland Arms, 33-35 Ryland Street, Ladywood. Closed 1962.
  20. Shakespeare, St Mark Street, Ladywood
  21. St Vincent, St Vincent Street West, Ladywood. Opened 1967.
  22. St Vincent Arms, 259 St Vincent Street, Ladywood. Licence transferred to the Fox Hollies, Acocks Green.
  23. Station Inn, Ladywood Road, Ladywood
  24. The Stores, Anderton Street, Ladywood
  25. Vine Inn, 133 King Edwards Road / Garbett Street, Ladywood. Closed 1968.
  26. What Cheer Inn, 71 Alston Street / Johnstone Street, Ladywood. Closed 1959.

Lozells and Birchfield

  1. Acorn Inn, 185 Wheeler Street / 80 Wilton Street, Lozells. Ex Holder's Brewery. Closed 1968.
  2. Albion Vaults, 73 Cato Street North, Nechells. Ex Butler's (Wolverhampton).
  3. Bell Inn, 60 Lozells Road, Lozells. Closed.
  4. Britannia Inn, 286 Summer Lane, Lozells. Closed 1961.
  5. Bulls Head, 101 Birchfield Road, Birchfield
  6. Fountain, Lennox Street, Lozells. Closed 1932.
  7. Lamplighter, 2 Attenborough Close, Lozells. Became a place of worship.
  8. Manor Arms, 1 Cato Street, Lozells. Closed 1975.
  9. Man O War, Wheeler Street / Melbourne Avenue, Lozells. Demolished ca.2008.
  10. New Inns, 172 Berners Street, Lozells. Closed 1927.
  11. Olde Tavern, Lozells Road, Lozells
  12. Prince of Denmark, Guildford Street, Lozells
  13. Queens Arms, John Street, Lozells
  14. Queens Arms, George Street, Lozells
  15. Rose & Crown, 154 Brearley Street, Lozells. Closed 1963.
  16. Rose & Crown, 318 Wheeler Street, Lozells. Ex Henry Mitchell. Closed 1969.
  17. Royal George, 350 Summer Lane, Lozells
  18. Royal Oak, 9 Lozells Road, Lozells. Converted to retail. The bas-relief carved stonework above the central door, illustrating the pub name, was by local sculptor William Bloye, and has been retained.
  19. Royal Victoria Cross, William Street, Lozells
  20. Sandy Bank Tavern, William Street, Lozells
  21. St Matthias Tavern, 199 Great Russell Street, Lozells. Closed 1968.
  22. Stags Head, 79-80 Summer Lane / Brearley Street, Lozells. Closed ca.2014.
  23. Swan Inn, Farm Street, Lozells
  24. Waterloo Stores, 37 Wills Street, Lozells. Demolished ca.2011.
  25. White Hart, Lennox Street, Lozells
  26. White Horse Inn, 187 Victoria Road, Lozells. Bought by M&B 1913; closed 1971.
  27. White Swan, 356 Farm Street / Villa Street, Lozells. Closed 1966.

Nechells

  1. Ashted Hamlet, Vauxhall Road, Nechells Green. Opened September 1966, closed 1997.
  2. Black Horse, Cromwell Street, Nechells
  3. Freeholders Arms, Scholefield Street, Nechells
  4. Hen & Chickens, 129 Rocky Lane, Nechells. Rebuilt 1900, architect Wood & Kendrick. Later 'Shanahans'.
  5. Jenny Lind, 62 Aston Church Road, Nechells. Closed 1940.
  6. Rocky Lane Tavern, Rocky Lane, Nechells
  7. Soldiers Return, 158 Nechells Park Road, Nechells. Closed 1975.
  8. Sportsman, 130 Saltley Road, Nechells. To M&B in 1919.
  9. Stork Inn, Freeman Road, Nechells
  10. Swan Vaults, Loxton Street, Nechells
  11. White Hart, Cromwell Street, Nechells
  12. Woodman, 39 Cattells Grove, Nechells. A former Butler (Wolverhampton) house. Closed 1975.

Northfield

  1. Beeches, Merritts Brook Lane / Basil Road, Northfield. Opened 1933; architect Ewen Harper. Demolished ca.2010 and the site developed for housing.
  2. Cock Inn, Rubery Lane, Rubery. Demolished ca.2020.
  3. Coppice, 81 Edgewood Road, Rednal
  4. Dingle, Frankley Beeches Road, Northfield. Redeveloped as a care home.
  5. Great Stone Inn, 158 Church Road, Northfield
  6. Jolly Fitter, Longbridge Lane, Turves Green. Opened 1958. Redeveloped.
  7. King George V, Bristol Road South / Tessall Lane, Turves Green. Opened 1937; architects James & Lister Lea. Closed 2002 and became a restaurant.
  8. Longbridge Inn, 1836 Bristol Road South, Northfield. Opened 1932; closed 1995.
  9. Old Hare & Hounds, 426 Lickey Road, Rednal
  10. Thurlestone, Thurlestone Road, Longbridge
  11. Travellers Rest, Bristol Road South, Northfield. Ex Flower & Sons Ltd. Opened 1926; architects Bateman & Bateman. Demolished in 2005 for the Northfield By-Pass.
  12. Woodpecker, The Oak Walk, Turves Green. Opened 1961.

Perry Barr and Kingstanding

  1. Chase, Parkhouse Drive, Wyrley Bridge Estate. Opened 1965; demolished 2005.
  2. Crossways, 442 College Road, Perry Common. Closed.
  3. Crown & Cushion, Birchfield Road, Perry Barr. A former Atkinsons Brewery Ltd pub rebuilt by M&B.
  4. Deers Leap, Queslett Road East / Cooksey Lane, Kingstanding. Opened November 1938; architects Batemans.
  5. Drakes Drum, Old Oscott Road / Aldridge Road, Old Oscott. Opened 1940; architect John Alfred Harper.
  6. Garden Gate, 113 Hamstead Hill, Hamstead
  7. Golden Hind, 188 Kingstanding Road, Kingstanding. Opened 1938; architects Scott & Clark.
  8. Hare & Hounds, 413 Kingstanding Road, Kingstanding. Opened 1931. Old pub demolished ca.1919. Replacement by architects Batemans for M&B, 1931-1932.
  9. Kingfisher, Birdbrook Road, Kingstanding
  10. Kings Standing, 1 Kingstanding Road, Kingstanding. M&B built three pubs on this site.
  11. Mount, 136 Kings Road, Kingstanding
  12. New Bell, Booths Farm Road, Hamstead
  13. Rest & Be Thankful (Sportsmans Rest), 20 Cooksey Lane, Kingstanding. Opened 1959.
  14. Tennis Court, Walsall Road, Perry Barr. Opened 1939; architects Holland W Hobbiss.
  15. Towers, 636 Walsall Road, Hamstead. Opened 1936; architects Wood & Kendrick.

Selly Oak

  1. Bournbrook Tavern, High Street, Selly Oak. Replaced by the Brook.
  2. Brook, 536 Bristol Road, Selly Oak. Opened May 1961. Replaced the Bournbrook.
  3. Country Girl, Raddlebarn Road, Selly Oak
  4. Dog & Partridge, 748 Bristol Road, Selly Oak. Ex William Butler & Co. Ltd. Closed 1997 and the site redeveloped as a car showroom.
  5. Gun Barrels, 367-369 Bristol Road, Bournbrook. Rebuild in 1978 of an old coaching inn. Demolished ca.2012 for redevelopment as a university leisure centre.
  6. Highbury, Dads Lane / Moor Green Lane, Selly Park. Opened 1929. See: Highbury, Selly Park
  7. Oak Inn, 821 Bristol Road, Selly Oak. It stood next to a famous oak tree which was felled in 1906. In 1983, the original pub was demolished for redevelopment and road-widening, to be replaced by the GREAT OAK in 1985. But Sainsburys demolished this to extend their car park in 1995.
  8. Prince of Wales, High Street, Selly Oak
  9. Raven, Weoley Castle Road, Selly Oak. Opened 1936; architects Scott & Clark. Demolished 2009.
  10. Station Hotel, 676 Bristol Road (corner Heeley Road), Selly Oak (later Bristol Pear). See: Station Hotel, Selly Oak
  11. Weoley Castle, Somerford Road, Selly Oak. By Scott & Clark for M&B, opened in November 1934.
  12. White Horse, 29 Chapel Lane, Selly Oak. Closed 1983.

Small Heath

  1. Avenue Social Club, Wheeley Avenue, Small Heath
  2. Avenue, 470 Green Lane, Small Heath. Opened 1931; architect S N Cooke.
  3. Black Horse, 61-63 Green Lane, Small Heath
  4. Brighton Arms, 356 Coventry Road, Small Heath. By Holland W Hobbiss, 1929. Became a restaurant.
  5. Coach & Horses, 325 Coventry Road, Small Heath. Closed 1981.
  6. George & Dragon, 692 Coventry Road, Small Heath. Opened 1961.
  7. Freeholders Arms, 58 Hawkes Street, Small Heath. Closed 1974.
  8. Gun Makers Arms, Green Lane / Talfourd Street, Small Heath
  9. New Inn, 55 Muntz Street, Small Heath. Closed.
  10. Sydenham Hotel, 155 Golden Hillock Road, Small Heath. Redeveloped 1992.
  11. Talfourd Arms, Talfourd Street, Small Heath
  12. Wellington Inn, 118 Muntz Street, Small Heath. Closed 1974.
  13. White Lion, 152 Muntz Street, Small Heath. Closed.

Soho and Winson Green

  1. Albion, Heath Street, Winson Green
  2. Barrel, 211-215 Soho Road, Soho. Retail by 2014. See: Barrel, Soho
  3. Devonshire Arms, 178 Lodge Road, Winson Green
  4. Florin, Icknield Street / Camden Street. A rebuild by M&B in 1974 of the former Warstone pub (Atkinsons Brewery Ltd).
  5. Frighted Horse, 128 Soho Road, Soho. Retail by 2012.
  6. Golden Eagle, 233 Lodge Road, Winson Green. Closed 2001.
  7. Grand Turk, Hunters Road, Soho Hill
  8. Grapes, 116 Bacchus Road, Soho. Closed 1992.
  9. Heath Street Tavern, 309 Heath Street, Winson Green. Ex Butler's Crown Brewery. Closed 1977.
  10. Lee Bridge Tavern, 145 Dudley Road / Heath Street, Winson Green. Closed 1990s and it became a takeaway.
  11. Leopard, Goode Street, Winson Green. Closed 1940.
  12. Leopard, Harmer Street, Winson Green
  13. Locomotive Engine, 500 Dudley Road, Winson Green. Demolished ca.1994 for an extension to the M&B brewery.
  14. Lord Nelson, 131 Booth Street, Soho. Closed 1975.
  15. Oak Tavern, Peel Street / 77 Lansdowne Street, Winson Green
  16. Oakfield Tavern, 105 Booth Street, Soho
  17. Old Mint Inn, 356 Park Road, Soho. Closed 1976.
  18. Queens Head, 120 Aberdeen Street, Winson Green. Became a place of worship.
  19. Queens Head, 379 Soho Road, Soho. Converted to a takeaway by 2009.
  20. Railway Inn, Wellington Street / Vittoria Street, Winson Green. 1900 by architects Wood & Kendrick.
  21. Railway Tavern, 292 Park Road, Hockley. To M&B in 1917.
  22. Soho Tavern, 407 Park Road, Soho
  23. Talbot, 55 Talbot Street, Winson Green. Demolished by 2011 and the site redeveloped. See: Talbot, Winson Green
  24. Turks Head Hotel, Soho Road, Soho
  25. Yorkshire Grey, 381 Dudley Road / Winson Street, Winson Green. Ex Samuel White & Son, Bellefield Brewery; then Henry Mitchell. By architect Henry Naden.

Southern Birmingham

  1. Bagnell Arms, School Road, Yardley Wood. Opened 1960; closed 2001.
  2. Baldwin, Baldwins Lane, Hall Green. Opened 1936, architects Bateman & Bateman.
  3. British Oak, 1364 Pershore Road, Stirchley. Opened 1926, architect Mr Brassington of Bateman & Bateman.
  4. College Arms, 976 Stratford Road, Hall Green. Opened May 1913, architects Harrison & Cox.
  5. Covered Wagon, 298 Yardley Wood Road, Moseley. Opened 1962.
  6. Cross Guns (Hotel), 70 High Street, Kings Heath. An old inn from about 1792, rebuilt ca.1924.
  7. Greenwood Tree, 22 Teviot Grove, Hawkesley. Site redeveloped for housing.
  8. Haven, School Road, Yardley Wood. Built 1929; architect Holland W Hobbiss. Closed 1997.
  9. Hazelwell Tavern, Pineapple Road, Stirchley. Opened 1931; architects Bateman & Bateman.
  10. Horse Shoe Inn, 611 Alcester Road South, Kings Heath
  11. Longbow, Greaves Square, Walkers Heath. Opened 1966; closed 1992.
  12. Maypole, Alcester Road South / Maypole Lane, Kings Heath. Opened 1936; architect J A Harper. Closed 2002 and redeveloped.
  13. Mountaineer, 3 Ashburton Road, Kings Heath. Replaced by flats.
  14. Olde Red Lion, 229 Vicarage Road, Kings Heath. Opened 1904; architect C E Bateman.
  15. Robin Hood, 1456 Stratford Road, Hall Green. Converted to a pub 1926, architect Holland W Hobbiss. Became a Toby Carvery.
  16. Shaftmoor, 280 Shaftmoor Lane, Hall Green. Opened May 1931, architects Wood & Kendrick.
  17. Three Magpies, Shirley Road / School Road, Hall Green. Opened 1936.
  18. Valley, Yardley Wood Road / Haunch Lane. Opened 1927; architects Wood & Kendrick. Closed 1996.
  19. York, York Road / Fox Hollies Road, Hall Green. Opened 1931, architects Harrison & Cox. See: York, Hall Green

Sparkbrook and Sparkhill

  1. Antelope, 512 Stratford Road, Sparkhill. Opened 1924; architect Holland W Hobbiss. It became a restaurant. See: Antelope, Sparkhill
  2. Bear, 686 Stratford Road, Sparkhill. Opened 1937.
  3. Lion & Lamb, 316 Highgate Road, Sparkbrook. Closed.
  4. Marlborough, 170 Anderton Road, Sparkbrook. See: Marlborough, Sparkbrook
  5. Queens Arms, 280 Highgate Road, Sparkbrook. Closed.
  6. Talbot, 55 Highgate Road / Larches Street, Sparkbrook. Ex William Butler & Co. Ltd., Wolverhampton. Closed 1977.
  7. Turners Arms, 108 Turner Street, Sparkbrook. Closed 1976.
  8. Victoria Inn, Stratford Road / Long Street, Sparkhill. Converted to a police station.
  9. Warwick Arms, 92-93 Long Street, Sparkbrook. Became a place of worship.
  10. White Hart, Main Street, Sparkbrook (ex-William Butler & Co. Ltd.)
  11. Woodman, 2 South Road, Sparkbrook. Closed 1980.

Sutton Coldfield

  1. Cup, 8 Birmingham Road, Sutton Coldfield. Became Brewhouse & Kitchen Sutton Coldfield
  2. Fox, Walmley Road, Walmley.
  3. Halfway House / Greenhouse, 226 Lichfield Road, Mere Green
  4. Museum Inn, Parade, Sutton Coldfield
  5. Oak / Oak & Ash, 86 Calder Drive, Walmley
  6. Station, 44 Station Street, Sutton Coldfield
  7. Sutton Park Hotel, 1 Boldmere Road / Jockey Road, Boldmere