This very old public house was first opened in the 16th century when it may have been called the Queen's Arms. It was situated on the western side of the lower part of the High Street. It was one of a number of old public houses in that part of the High Street, all of which were destroyed by bombing in World War Two. The site is still unoccupied.

King's Arms

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Photograph, 1930s.


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