The Jovial Colliers was located on the western side of Gloucester Road, almost opposite the Lamb Inn.
The Jovial Colliers was for sale in again in 1833 with two parlours, a bar, club room, six bedrooms, good kitchen, back kitchen, brew-house, roomy cellarage, club-room, six bedrooms, two attics, stable with loft over, large productive garden, part newly-built in the occupation of Thomas Godwin, proprietor, and now of Richard Smart.
The Jovial Colliers closed c.1886 and has been demolished.
Landlords at the Jovial Colliers include:
1830 Thomas Godwin
1833 Richard Smart
1837 George Porter (also listed as a butcher)
1842 David Smith
1851,1856 Benjamin Gwilliam (aged 33 in 1851 census)
1870 William Pullin (also listed as a butcher)