List of pubs named Carpenters Arms

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Signage for the Carpenters Arms Dental Practice, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, housed in the premises of a former public house.
Stone plaque commemorating the site of the former Carpenters Arms at Henley Bridge (Remenham).

The following list is for Public Houses commonly called "pubs" in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, entitled (or once entitled) "Carpenter Arms." Some of these date back to the development of "true English Pubs" created by English alehouses.

Bedfordshire[edit]

Berkshire[edit]

  • A former pub in Reading located on the corner of Orts Road and Arthur Road, which was closed and demolished c.1975 as part of the Newtown area redevelopment.[4][5]
  • A former pub in Remenham, on the Berkshire side of the River Thames next to Henley Bridge. The pub was demolished in 1984 and the headquarters of Henley Rowing Club built on the site. A plaque and foundation stone remain in its place.[6]
  • A pub and French restaurant located in Sunninghill near Ascot.[7]
  • A pub in Windsor owned by the Nicholson's chain. The pub was built in 1518 and has passages from its cellars that ran to the nearby Windsor Castle but have since been bricked up.[8]

Bristol[edit]

O'Donoghue's Irish Bar, Spittal Street, Marlow, formerly The Carpenters Arms.

Buckinghamshire[edit]

  • A former public house in the village of Chalfont St Peter.[13] Located on the High Street, it has since been demolished.[14]
  • A pub in the town of Marlow which is a Grade II listed building from the early 1600s.[15] This Carpenters Arms pub issued a 15mm copper farthing trade token that had the Carpenters Arms Coat of Arms of the Worshipful Company of Carpenters on one side. These quarter of a penny tokens along with a half penny trade token were produced from about 1648 to at least 1673.[16] These trade tokens should not be confused with the 15.6mm copper trade tokens issued by George Carpenter, of Wapping, in the 1650s.[17] In 2009, the pub was rebranded as an Irish bar and renamed O'Donoghue's.[18] In 2017, it was confirmed that chef Tom Kerridge had purchased the pub which was to be renamed The Butcher's Tap.[19]
  • A public house in the village of Slapton. It is a half-timbered construction begun in the 16th century under a thatched roof.[20]
  • A pub in the village of Stewkley, which also doubles as an Indian restaurant.[21][22]

Cambridgeshire[edit]

The Carpenters Arms, Coates.

Cardiff[edit]

The former Carpenters Arms in Rumney, Cardiff

Carmarthenshire[edit]

Ceredigion[edit]

Cornwall[edit]

Derbyshire[edit]

  • A country pub in the village of Dale Abbey, near Derby and Ilkeston which is over 300 years old and has been in same family for more than 80 years.[45]

Devon[edit]

  • A former pub in the town of Dawlish, now a private residence, on Old Town Street.[46] The pub was originally tied to the Dawlish Brewery, who passed it onto the Heavitree Brewery in the 1920s.[47]
  • A pub in the parish of Ilsington situated on the eastern edge of Dartmoor.[48]

Dorset[edit]

East Yorkshire[edit]

  • A country pub in the village of Fangfoss on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds.[50]
  • A former pub in Hull, on Great Union Street. First mentioned in 1806, it was known for a time as The Shipwrights Arms and was owned by the Hull Brewery when it closed in 1937. The building was bombed in 1941 and the current site is now occupied by a second-hand car lot.[51]
  • A pub in the town of Market Weighton.[52]
  • A former pub in Skirlaugh, which closed in 1968 and was located at the southern end of the village.[53][54]

Essex[edit]

The Carpenters Arms in Rawreth
  • A former pub on South Street (formerly Lower Railway Street)[55] in the town of Braintree.[56][57]
  • A pub located in Smarts Lane in the town and civil parish of Loughton in the Epping Forest district of Essex.[58] The pub has two bars - the back bar a public bar and the front bar a saloon bar.[59]
  • A pub located in Gate Street, Maldon. The building has been in existence since the 1340s and was purchased by the Maldon Brewery in 1847, eventually becoming its brewery tap until the brewery's closure in 1952.[60]
  • A pub/restaurant in the village of Rawreth, near Wickford, currently known as The Carpenters Restaurant.[61]

Gibraltar[edit]

Gloucestershire[edit]

Herefordshire[edit]

Hertfordshire[edit]

Kent[edit]

The Carpenters Arms at Eastling

Lincolnshire[edit]

London[edit]

The Carpenters Arms, Kings Cross Road, Kings Cross.
The Carpenters Arms, Seymour Place, near Marble Arch. This pub is a Free House.
  • A pub in Seymour Place, off Edgware Road in London near Marble Arch. The pub has been in existence since 1776 and was rebuilt in 1872.[92] The pub is a Free House and is also home to the London branch of CAMRA.[93]
  • A former pub on the corner of Bridport Place and Rushton Street next to Shoreditch Park. It is uncertain as to when the pub opened, however it was in operation in the 1850s.[94] The pub, known as Rushtons at the time of closure, was converted to residential units circa 2002, however the building still retains its pub signage.[95]
  • A tavern in St. Marylebone, run by the parents of Edward Coxen in the mid-1850s to 1882.[96] Originally situated at Gray Place, later becoming Picton Place, the pub changed name to the Three Cheers before closing in 2004 and becoming a Chinese restaurant. The current address is 29a James Street.[97]
  • A pub on Cambridge Heath Road in the Stepney district of the East End.[98]
  • A former pub in Woolwich High Street, now demolished.[99] The pub dated from the early 1800s and was rebuilt around 1925.[100]

Middlesex[edit]

Monmouthshire[edit]

Norfolk[edit]

Northamptonshire[edit]

The Carpenters Arms in the village of Middle Barton, Oxfordshire
The former Carpenters Arms at Appleford, Oxfordshire.

North Lincolnshire[edit]

The former Carpenters Arms, Botley, Oxford, now converted into a McDonald's restaurant.

North Yorkshire[edit]

Nottinghamshire[edit]

Oxfordshire[edit]

The former Carpenters Arms in Jericho, Oxford, now converted into two private dwellings.
  • A former pub in the village of Hailey, near Witney.[132] Located on Middletown, the pub closed in the 1960s or 1970s and has since been converted to a private residence.[133][134]
  • A former Morrells brewery pub in the Jericho suburb of Oxford which closed in the 1990s and has since been converted into two houses.[135]
  • A pub in the village of Middle Barton. The building dates from the 17th-century and is grade II-listed.[136] In 2017 the pub was converted to a Middle Eastern restaurant called The Cinnamon Stick.[137]
  • A pub in Witney located on Newland (formerly Oxford Road).[138][139]

Somersetshire[edit]

South Australia[edit]

  • A tavern in Port Adelaide, a suburb of Adelaide, which opened in late 1850. The Arms was burnt down in 1865 and was replaced. In 1981 it was renamed The Globe.[142]

Surrey[edit]

The Carpenters Arms, High Street, Camberley, Surrey.

Warwickshire[edit]

The Carpenters Arms Public House in Kineton, Warwickshire.

Wiltshire[edit]

See also[edit]

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