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These are just some of the licensed premises that have closed over the years in Bridgwater from some of the earliest Public Houses to some of the Hotels that we used to have.

The last 20 years has seen a fast decline in the number of licensed establishments in towns throughout the country

Pubs closed in the 1800's
Three Tuns
Globe Hotel
Salmon Inn
 
Pubs closed between 1900 - 1950
Anchor Inn
Caledonia Inn
Castle Inn
Cheese House Inn
Cock Inn
Exeter Inn
Globe Inn
Masons Arms
New Inn
Royal Oak
Sailors Home
Sailors Return
Sheep Market
Shipwrights Arms
Somerset Inn
Star Inn
 
Pubs closed between 1950 - 1959
   
   
Barclay Arms
Queens Head
Steam Packet Inn
 
 
Public Houses that were closed in the 1960's
Bridgwater Arms
Cardiff Arms
Cottage Inn, Albert St
Devonshire Arms
Dolphin Inn
Haslwell Inn
Hope & Anchor
Kings Head
Mariners Arms
Nags Head
Punch Bowl
Railway Hotel
Ship Aground
Vintners Arms
 
 
Public Houses that were closed in the 1970's
Bristol Hotel
Cottage Inn, North St
The Queen
 
Public Houses that were closed during the 1980's
Bull & Butcher
Golden Lion
Ship Afloat
Old Oak Inn
Royal Clarence
 
 
Public Houses that closed between 2000 - 2010
Bakers Arms
Bath Bridge
Beaufort Arms
Crowpill Inn
Fleur-De-Lis
Kings Arms
North Pole
 
 
Rose & Crown
Three Crowns
Volunteer Arms
Waterloo House
 
Public Houses that closed between 2010 - 2020
Black Horse
Hope Inn
Mansion House
Pig & Whistle
River Parrett
The Squib
Withy Cutter
White Hart Hotel
 
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