The Farriers Arms was a small pub consisting of a public bar, which faced onto Church Street, and a smaller ‘snug’ at the rear with access gained from the passageway on the left. The Farriers Arms also had a ‘jug and bottle’ off sales provision. The pub was deemed not necessary to ‘meet the wants of the neighbourhood’ during the First World War and closed in 1917, with the payment of some compensation – presumably to the Cheltenham Original Brewery.

In the 1970’s the property was the Tewkesbury office of the ‘Gloucestershire Echo’ newspaper but has now reverted to residential use. It is to the left of the White Rose Gallery.

Map Reference: SO 892325

Licensing Details:

Owner in 1891: Cheltenham Original Brewery

Rateable value in 1891: £18.0s.0d.

Type of licence in 1891: Alehouse

Owner in 1903: Cheltenham Original Brewery

Rateable value in 1903: £24.0s.0d.

Type of licence in 1903: Alehouse

Closing time in 1903: 11pm

Landlords at the Farriers Arms include:

1774-1789 James White

1789-1795 Susannah White (widow)

1795-1798 Thomas Blizard

1798-1803 Francis Blizard

1803-1822 William Moore

1822 Joseph Hawkes

1830 Charles Crees

1838-1844 James Payne

1844-1852 Thomas Hart

1856 Mrs E. Hart

1859 Richard Preston

1865 William Scott

1895-1866 Mary Ann Scott (widow)

1866 William Young

1876-1880 James Craddock

1885,1886 Mrs Martha Stanley

1888 E. Savage

1888 H.E. Gardner

1891,1892 Thomas  Eddolls

1892 Mrs Jane Knight

1892-1893 J. Briggs

1893 G.D. Graham

1898-1901 William John Bridge

1901-1906 Mrs Bridge (widow)

1906-1909 Thomas Maxwell

1909-1910 Morrison Bridge

1910-1917 Alice Mary Walker (widow)

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