The Green Man

The Green Man, Mursley, Buckinghamshire

An attractive small inter-wars pub in a rural village just outside Milton Keynes, which closed suddenly during 2021.

The Haddon Hall

The Haddon Hall, Leeds, Yorkshire

An impressive inter-wars former Tetley’s pub set back from the road on the west side of city, now repurposed to a variety of retail uses. When open, it featured in several episodes of the TV drama series “The Beiderbecke Tapes”.

The Old Blue Bell

The Old Blue Bell, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire

An old three-storey pub, still in Mansfield livery, overlooking a roundabout on the west side of the town centre. There are now plans to redevelop the building to provide 15 studio apartments.

The Gamecock

The Gamecock, Farnley, Leeds, Yorkshire

A substantial inter-wars pub with a hint of Brewer’s Tudor, standing in the angle of two main roads on the west side of the city, that has now become a Heron Foods store.

The Cherry Tree

The Cherry Tree, Peterborough, Northamptonshire

A small, white-painted pub in an area of older housing on the south side of the city. There are plans to – you guessed it – redevelop the site as flats.

The John Bull

The John Bull, Trowbridge, Wiltshire

A plain modern pub on a post-war housing estate on the west side of the town. Originally tied to local brewers Wadworth’s, but presumably it no longer fitted the desired profile of their estate.

The Bagot Arms

The Bagot Arms, Erdington, Birmingham

Another impressive inter-wars roadhouse commanding a roundabout on the north-east side of the city, this time in the neo-Georgian style.