The Farmers Arms is located about a quarter of a to the north of Bishops Cleeve on the main road to Evesham but within the old parish of Gotherington. (the village of Gotherington is about half a mile to the north-east) . I have fond memories of the Farmers Arms in the mid early 1970’s when it was renowned for the quality of its Cheltenham brewed P.A. (Whitbread Pale Ale).
It was refurbished in March 2000 and was reopened as the Old Farmers Arms.
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Map Reference: SO 955288
Owner in 1891: Sarah Mary New (free from brewery tie)
Rateable value in 1891: £38.5s.0d.
Type of licence in 1891: Alehouse
Landlords at the Farmers Arms include:
1885 Mrs Ann Creswell
1891 Sarah Mary New
1902,1906 R. Chandler
1919 Mrs M. Lock
1926,1927 Thomas Staite
1939 Sidney Sharp
1998 Kevin Goddard
2003 (Oct)-2006 Ibrahim Yalcinkaya
2006 (September) – Doug and Linda Davis (previously at the Kings Head, Bishops Cleeve)