Number 92 Tewkesbury Road in 1939. On the eastern corner of Worcester Street. Now demolished. The shopping area including the Tewkesbury Road Post Office now occupies the site.

Tewkesbury Road Shops – the approximate location of the Worcester Arms.

The 1891 licensing book gives details that the Worcester Arms in Tewkesbury Road was owned by George Stibbs, owner of the Albion Steam Brewery in Albion Street. Stibbs & Co. were taken over by the Cheltenham Original Brewery in 1898 with their tied houses being absorbed into the rapidly expanding Original Brewery pub estate. The Worcester Arms was a licensed ale house and had an annual rateable value of £25.10s.0d in 1891, increasing by four pounds and five shillings to £29.15s.0d. in 1903.

Landlords at the Worcester Arms include:

1830 Jno. Buckman

1856 Mrs M. Baldwin

1870 George Hince

1878 William Stanton

1883,1891 William Josiah Francis

1891 S.T. Patrick

1903,1906 James Moore

1911 Alfred Rice

1939 B.H.G. Turbyfield

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