The Jovial Colliers was located on the western side of Gloucester Road, almost opposite the Lamb Inn.

Courtesy John Saunders

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)

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