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WhatPub updates to 10 November 2019

The following represent updates to CAMRA's WhatPub database took place between 14 October and the 10th November 2019.


BEXLEY, ANCHOR (Milton Pubs and Taverns), 23-31 Bridgen Road, DA5 1JE. Now rebranded as Blackrose Pubs by ultimate owner Aprirose.

BLACKFEN, GEORGE STAPLES (Stonegate), 273 Blackfen Road, DA15 8PR. Membership discount reduced to 10% prior to replacement with voucher scheme.

ERITH, ROYAL ALFRED (Enterprise Inns), 101 Manor Road, DA8 2AQ. Finally converted to flats with Premier retail store on ground floor.

ERITH, ROYAL OAK (Town Centre Inns), 270 Bexley Road, DA8 3HB. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

WELLING, DOOR HINGE, 11 Welling High Street, DA16 1TR. Ownership changed in early October 2019 when founding licensee Ray sold to local friends Geoff and Steve as Beyond The Pale Ale Houses Ltd . They intend applying for longer opening hours. Card payments are now accepted.

WELLING, LORD KITCHENER (Lord Kitch Ltd), 21 Wrotham Road, DA16 1LS. The closed Lord Kitchener has now been made subject to an application to develop 19 flats. The application reference is 19/01997/FULM and it covers change of use of the ground floor public house from A4 to retail A1, conversion of the existing first and second floor and alterations including a two storey extension and associated car and cycle parking. It is not clear what fate befell the earlier attempt to achieve Local Listing status. It seems the application has attracted considerable friction in the form of 82 independent objections. The reference with Bexley Council is 19/01997/FULM note this is therefore a Major Development application and its determination date is given as 19 December.


SE25, PORTLAND ARMS (Tavern Propco Ltd ), 152 Portland Road, SE25 4PT. Having been sold by Ei to Tavern Propco earlier in the year, sold on to leaseholder City Glen in July.

CROYDON, BULLS HEAD (Ei Group), 39 Laud Street, CR0 1SX. Sold at auction to Mothers Ltd. Future unknown.

CROYDON, JOKER (Brakspear Pub Co), 73 South End, CR0 1BF. Renamed STORE in September 2019.

CROYDON, KEG & GRILL (Ei Group), 1 South End, CR0 1BE. Reopened and renamed BANGKOK INN and serves Thai food.

SUTTON, SUTTON UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB , Gander Green Lane, SM1 2EY. Added to the database. Although this is a football club bar, it is open to all. The club bar was refurbished in 2018 and is situated within the heart of the main stand; access is via the main entrance or the players' tunnel. The 4 cask ales come from the Heineken 'stable' and have included Pride, Doom Bar and Tribute. The bar is open 7.30pm-11pm weekdays except Tuesdays (unless there is a match on), 2-11pm Saturdays and on Sundays from 3-5pm when SUFC Ladies are playing at home. On Saturdays the bar opens at 12 noon when SUFC are playing at home


EC1, HARLEQUIN, 27 Arlington Way, EC1R 1UY. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

EC1, LONDON APPRENTICE, 333 Old Street, EC1V 9LE. Closed for redevelopment .

EC1, ONE TUN (Ei Group), 125 Saffron Hill, EC1N 8QS. Now Cask Marque accredited .

EC2, BOTTLESCRUE (Davy's (Davy & Co Limited)), 33 Foster Lane, EC2V 6HD. Closed. Planning app granted July 2019 to convert to Gym.

EC2, FLEETWOOD (Fuller's), 36 Wilson Street, EC2M 2TE. Already reported closed. Space is now part of the Broadgate redevelopment and is badged to be a fitness concept centre

EC2, HOXTON PONY , 104-108 Curtain Road, EC2A 3AH. Closed in August following owner going into administration. Lease on the market via DCL.

EC2, WOOD STREET , Andrewes House - 185 Fore Street, EC2Y 5EL. Real cider discovered.

NEW BAR EC2, LIVERPOOL STREET GRIND. (Grind & Co), 38 Broadgate Circle, EC2M 2QS. Restaurant and cocktail bar. Four keg beers. No laptops after 6pm.

EC3, BALLS BROTHERS (BURY COURT) (Stonegate), 38 St Mary Axe, EC3A 8EX. Renamed BURY COURT. Several draught beers available but sadly no real ale.

EC3, BALLS BROTHERS (MARK LANE) (Stonegate), 2 Minster Court, Mark Lane, EC3R 7BB. Renamed CORN EXCHANGE

EC3, ISIS BAR & LOUNGE (Grange Hotels), Leonardo Royal Hotel, 8-14 Cooper's Row, EC3N 2BQ. Renamed LEONARDO ROYAL HOTEL BAR & LOUNGE.

NEW BAR EC3, CRAFTY FELLAS , 29-30 Leadenhall Market, Gracechurch Street, EC3V 1LR. Situated in Beehive Passage this is Leadenhall markets craft beer bar. 2 cask Ales, 9 Taps and 2 ciders. Food is from We grill. Changing beers such as Five Points Pale and Harvey's Sussex Best Bitter.,

EC4, SEA HORSE (Ei Group), 64 Queen Victoria Street, EC4N 4SJ. Licensees retired. Currently being refurbished.

E1, OLIVER CONQUEST (Bermondsey Pub Co (Ei Group)), 70 Leman Street, E1 8EU. Returned to tenanted division and now operated by Tidalwave Bars.

E1, STABLE (Fuller's), 16-18 Whitechapel Rd, E1 1EW. Closed, future uncertain.

E1W, TRADE UNION (Grand Union), 3 Thomas More Street, E1W 1YN. Reverted to office space.

E2, OLD GEORGE (Bermondsey Pub Co (Ei Group)), 379 Bethnal Green Road, E2 0AN. Now Cask Marque accredited.

E5, BREW CLUB TAP ROOM , Unit 9, Tram Depot, 38-40 Upper Clapton Road, E5 8BQ. Closed. Moved to Hackney Feb 2019.

E7, FOX & HOUNDS (Craft Union Pub Co (Ei Group)), 178 Forest Lane, E7 9BB. Reopened under Craft Union management.

E7, HOLLY TREE (Remarkable Pubs), 141 Dames Road, E7 0DZ. Reopened following refurbishment. Adnams Mosaic; Dark Star Partridge ; Fuller's London Pride and Gales Seafarers Ale initially available.. Large rear garden, plus a raised terrace at the front and a minature railway in the beer garden. Weather permitting this runs 12-6pm Sat & Sun.

E8, LOOK MUM NO HANDS , 125–127 Mare St, E8 3RH. Became La Despensa cafe early in 2019.

E8, SHACKLEWELL ARMS (Camden Bars), 71 Shacklewell Lane, E8 2EB. Handpumps removed by Oct 2019.

E8, THREE COMPASSES , 99 Dalston Lane, E8 1NH. Only one unused handpump in Oct 2019.

E8, VICTORIA (Jaguar Shoes), 451 Queensbridge Road, E8 3AS. Handpumps removed by Oct 2019.

E8, SPEAKEASY , 9 Dalston Lane, E8 3DF. Bar and restaurant in former cafe premises opened in 2017. Sells five keg beers.

E8, ROCK STEADY, 574-576, Kingsland Road, E8 4AR. Live music venue Opened in December 2016 in former household goods shop, originally from two units (Lift and Ophelia).

E9, HECTOR & NOBLE (Star), 233-235 Victoria Park Road, E9 7HD. No longer sells real ale.

E9, MACHINE NO.3, 271 Well Street, E9 6RG. Renamed REHAB. Changed to Rehab in 2017 as a vegan bar and cafe. In September 2018 repositioned as a private hire and event space only. Sells Beavertown's Gamma Ray, Camden Hells Lager and Crate Cider.

E9, WHITE LION , 331 Wick Road, E9 5DH. Changed to Babylon Garden - a shisha bar.

E11, LUNA LOUNGE , 7 Church Lane, E11 1HG. Independent music venue and wine bar on two floors. Craft Beer and cider.

E14, GREAT EASTERN (Star), 1 Glenaffric Avenue, E14 3BW. Closed and being extensively refurbished - to go to a new operator and rebranded.

NEW BAR E14, NO 35 MACKENZIE WALK (Darwin & Wallace), 29-35 Mackenzie Walk, E14 4PH. New waterside modern bar and restaurant. Keg beer

E14, ROCKET BY BALLS BROTHERS (Stonegate), 2 Churchill Place, E14 5RB. Now just ROCKET following the ownership change a couple of months ago..

E14, STAR OF THE EAST (Ei/Old Spot), 805a Commercial Road, E14 7HG.Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

E15, CART & HORSES , 1 Maryland Point, E15 1PF. Closed for refurbishment until late December 2019.

E17, FLOWERPOT (Ei Group), 128 Wood Street, E17 3HX. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

E17, NAG'S HEAD (Ei Group), 9 Orford Road, E17 9LP. Cask Marque accredited.

NEW BAR E17, WELCOME TO THE FOREST , 186a Hoe Street, E17 4QH. A collaboration between The Old Rose & Crown, ELB and Waltham Forest Council. Two real ales are sold from ELB alongside kegs from local breweries. At other times it is a "space" available for hire and use by various groups.

NEW BAR E17, EXALE BREWING TAPROOM , Unit 2C, Uplands Business Park, 11B Blackhorse Road, E17 5QJ. Opening December 2019 Exale brewing has teamed up with Victory London Distillery to expand into a new site and found a permanent taproom.


N12, ELEPHANT INN (Fuller's), 283 Ballards Lane, N12 8NR. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

N20, GRIFFIN (Star), 1262 High Road, N20 9HH. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

ENFIELD, WONDER (McMullen), 1 Batley Road, EN2 0JG. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

HIGH BARNET, HADLEY HOTEL, 113 Hadley Road, EN5 5QN. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

HIGH BARNET, OLDE MITRE INNE, YE (Greene King), 58 High Street, EN5 5SJ. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.


NEW MALDEN, FOUNTAIN (Gracilis Ltd), 120 Malden Road, KT3 6DD. Already reported closed. Planning application granted to convert most of the site to housing, with a much smaller pub retained.

NEW MALDEN, PRINCE OF WALES (Ei Group), 279, Kingston Road, KT3 3SN. Already reported closed. Planning application for "Redevelopment of the site to provide 297 residential units etc." is still under consideration.

SURBITON, BROADWAY BAR CAFE, 43-51 Tolworth Broadway, Tolworth, KT6 7DW. Closed. Signs in window state 'Closed for Refurbishment', but site is known to have planning permission for a total rebuild.

SURBITON, MAYPOLE (Ei Group), 2, Hook Road, KT6 5BH. Now Cask Marque accredited.

WORCESTER PARK, WORCESTER PARK, Park Terrace, KT4 7JZ. Current building largely destroyed by fire in Feb 2019. Planning permission for replacement by 132 bed hotel under consideration.


N1, CELLARS (Ei Group), 125 Newington Green Road, N1 4RA. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N1, DEAD DOLLS HOUSE (Star), 181 Upper Street, N1 1RQ. Renamed UPPER HOUSE.

N1, DUKE OF YORK (Barworks), 33 Downham Road, N1 5AA. No real ale.

N1, KINGS HEAD THEATRE BAR (Young's), 115 Upper Street, N1 1QN. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N1, ZIGFRID, 11 Hoxton Square,, N1 6NU. Renamed GIGI'S.

N1C, CURIOUS PIG (Geronimo (Young)), Unit 61f, St Pancras International Station, N1C 4QL. Now an AMT Coffee shop.

N4, ARSENAL TAVERN (Ei Group), 175 Blackstock Road, N4 2JS. Reopened.

N4, FALTERING FULLBACK , 19 Perth Road, N4 3HB. Recognised for its historic pub interior of regional importance.

N4, PARK TAVERN (Ei Group), 164 Tollington Park, N4 3AD. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N7, BIG RED (Ei Group), 385 Holloway Road, N7 0RY. Closed for conversion into Crraft Union Pub format.

N7, EAGLET (Ei Group), 124 Seven Sisters Road, N7 6AE. Conversted into Crraft Union format.

N7, ENKEL ARMS (Oak Tree (Mitchells & Butlers)), 34 Seven Sisters Road, N7 6AA. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N15, GREEN GATE (Ei Group), 492 West Green Road, N15 3DA. Sold by Ei Group to JKL Properties Limited 3/10/2019. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N16, SCENARIO , 97 Stoke Newington Road, N16 8BX. Renamed LOADING. Still no real ale.

N16, SHAKESPEARE (Remarkable Pubs), 57 Allen Road, N16 8RY. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N16, WHEATSHEAF , 6 Windus Road, N16 6UP. Recognised for its historic pub interior of regional importance.

N19, ARCHWAY TAVERN (Searchgrade), 1 Archway Close, N19 3TD. Reopened after a four year closure . No real ale.

NW2, LOZ LOUNGE , 301 Cricklewood Broadway, NW2 6PG. Now Shisha Garden Grill - unlikely to sell alcohol.

NW3, BELROSE), 94 Haverstock Hill, NW3 2BD. Closed.. Lease taken over by the owners of Leeds Brewery.

NW6, LILLIE LANGTRY (Admiral Taverns), 121 Abbey Road, NW6 4SL. Sign listing 'cask ales' available on the window.


BRENTFORD, BREWERY TAP (Fuller's), 47 Catherine Wheel Road, TW8 8BD. Closed but due to reopen in December with new management, real ale, music and Santa Maria Pizzas.

BRENTFORD, EALING BREWING TAPROOM Unit 2, The Ham, TW8 8EX. Opened 2 November selling 4 cask beers either brewed on the premises or at sister brewery Marko Paulo in the Owl & The Pussycat. 2 keg beers also on offer with more including bottles to follow including cider. Open Fridays 3-8 and Saturdays 1-8.

CRANFORD, BAR KAHVA , 734 Bath Road, TW5 9TY. Became Holy Zam Zam takeaway during 2015.

RICHMOND, DUKES HEAD (Ei Group), 42 The Vineyard, TW10 6AZ. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance

RICHMOND, ROEBUCK (Greene King), 130 Richmond Hill, TW10 6RN. Major refurbishment completed Nov 2019.

RICHMOND, WATERMANS ARMS (Ram Pub Company (Young's)), 10-12 Water Lane, TW9 1TJ. Closed for substantial refurbishment just as CAMRA recognise the interior as of some regional importance!


SE1, CROWN (Wellington), 108 Blackfriars Road, SE1 8HW. Real Ale now available - usually two changing beers from Marston's.

SE1, SKINKERS, 42 Tooley Street, SE1 2SZ. Having closed 2013 to facilitate London Bridge Station upgrade - now a pure coffee shop and café.

SE1, SOUTHWARK ROOMS (Star (Heineken UK)), 60 Southwark Street, SE1 1UN. Reopened and renamed MIRAFLORES. A modern bar and restaurant with a separate basement cocktail bar, now specialising in Peruvian cuisine

SE1, WATERLOO BAR & KITCHEN, 131 Waterloo Road, SE1 8UR. Renamed HELLO DARLING. Now describes itself as "a playful restaurant and botanical bar". Next to the Old Vic. Sells Meantime London Lager and Anytime IPA on draught, and a selection of bottles and cans.

SE1, WINDMILL (Fuller's), 86 The Cut, SE1 8LW. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SE3, PRINCESS OF WALES (Castle (Mitchells & Butlers)), 1a Montpelier Row, SE3 0RL. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SE5, CAMBRIA (Star), 40 Kemerton Road, SE5 9AR. Closed. Future unknown.

SE8, BROOKMILL (Tavern Propco), 65 Cranbrook Road, SE8 4EJ. Tavern Propco sold on to leaseholder City Glen.

SE10, BEER BOX (Meantime Brewing Company (part of Asahi UK)), Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula, SE10 0DX. Demolished, new high level walkway starts from the spot where it stood.

SE11, ROYAL VAUXHALL TAVERN (Immovate), 372 Kennington Lane, SE11 5HY. No Real Ale.

SE15, RED BULL, 116 Peckham High Street, SE15 5ED. After many years of closure and alternative uses the Red Bull has now reopened as a bar.

SE16, OLD BANK (--other--Mojo Restaurant Ltd), 239 Southwark Park Road, SE16 3TS. Real ale discontinued in 2019.

SE17, RED LION (Tavern Propco), 407 Walworth Road, SE17 2AW. Sold by Ei Group to to Tavern Propco and sold on to leaseholder City Glen Pub Company.

SE17, SIR ROBERT PEEL (Wellington), 7 Langdale Close, SE17 3UF. Alreeady reported closed.. For lease on Wellington website.

SE18, BULL (Ei Group), 151 Shooters Hill, SE18 3HP. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SE18, GLENMORE ARMS (Ei Group), 41 Edison Grove, SE18 2DW. Closed. Planning permission is being sought for change of use.

SE18, RED LION (Ei/Bermondsey Pub Co), 6 Red Lion Place, SE18 3RN. No longer on Bermondsey website. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SE19, GREAT SOUTHERN (Tavern Propco), 79 Gipsy Hill, SE19 1QH. Freehold sold by Ei Group to Tavern Propco and sold on to leaseholder City Glen.

SE23, BLYTHE HILL TAVERN (Ei Group), 319 Stanstead Road, SE23 1JB. Recognised for its historic pub interior of national importance.

SE24, COMMERCIAL (M&B/Castle), 210-212 Railton Road, SE24 0JT. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

GROVE PARK, DOWNHAM TAVERN (Ei Group), 419 Downham Way, BR1 5HS. Another pub sold by Ei Group to Tavern Propco earlier in the year..

SIDCUP, BLACK BOY (Star (Heineken UK)), Southspring, DA15 8EA. Recognised for its historic pub interior of regional importance.



HORNCHURCH, HOP INN MICROPUB , 122 North Street, RM11 1SU. Former skin clinic, which is being converted to a micropub and is expected to open in late November / early December 2019.


SW2, EFFRA HALL, 38A Kellett Road, SW2 1EB. Recognised for its historic pub interior of regional importance.

SW4, FIFTY FIVE AT THE OAK (Ei Group), 8-10 Clapham High Street, SW4 7UT. Reopened and renamed TROPIX. Still a cocktail bar with keg beers.

SW4, RAILWAY (Castle (Mitchells & Butlers)), 18 Clapham High Street, SW4 7UR. Rosie’s Pig cider avalable.

SW9, HERO OF SWITZERLAND , 142 Loughborough Road, SW9 7LL. Recognised for its historic pub interior of regional importance.

SW9, PRINCE OF WALES (--other--Lambeth), 467-469 Brixton Road, SW9 8HH. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SW9, TAPROOM BY BRIXTON , 43-44 Granville Arcade, Coldharbour Lane, SW9 8PR. Sister to Taproom by Bethnal Green in former Brixton Village Grill premises. Opened 1 November 2019.

SW17, MANOR (Mitchells & Butlers), 196 Tooting High Street, SW17 0SF. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

SW19, WOODMAN (--other--Goldcrest), 222 Durnsford Road, SW19 8DR. Now Cask Marque accredited.

MORDEN, GEORGE INN (M&B/Harvester), Epsom Road, SM4 5PJ. Real Ale withdrawn (with the rest of the chain).


NW1, BRAZEN HEAD (--other--Lisson Estates Ltd), 69 Lisson Street, NW1 5DA. Closed for a couple of years. Planning granted to convert to art gallery or office.

SW1, CONSTITUTION (Star), 42 Churton Street, SW1V 2LP. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

SW1, GOLDEN LION (Greene King), 25 King Street, SW1Y 6QY. No longer offers a CAMRA discount.

SW3, BUILDERS ARMS (Hippo Inns (Ei Group)), 13 Britten Street, SW3 3TY. Now Cask Marque accredited.

SW3, CHELSEA PENSIONERS' CLUB (--club--), Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR. There are three large, comfortable rooms and a "clubby" atmosphere. Regimental plaques and military paintings adorn the walls and there is even a proper pub sign! Although parts of the Royal Hospital (in which the Club stands) are open to the public - and a visit to this Wren-designed complex is recommended - the Club is open only to Chelsea Pensioners and their guests; CPs get discounted prices. Note the unusual (unique?) double-slotted pillar box at the London Gate. Greene King IPA as Pensioners' Bitte and Morland Old Speckled Hen usually available.

SW6, EIGHT BELLS (Ei Group), 89 Fulham High Street, SW6 3JS. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SW6, JAM TREE (Wellington), 541 Kings Road, SW6 2EB. CLOSED by operator City Pub Co for refurbishment.

SW10, FOX & PHEASANT, 1 Billing Road, SW10 9UJ. The pub interior is no longer regarded of national importance but is of regional importance.

WC2, SHERLOCK HOLMES (Greene King), 10 Northumberland Street, WC2N 5DB. No longer offers a discount to CAMRA members.

W1, COMPANY BELOW, Balls & Company, 58 Greek Street, W1D 3DZ. Change 'Type 1. Closed early 2018 - now The Chipping Forecast fish & chip restaurant.

W1, HORSE & GROOM (Samuel Smith), 128 Great Portland Street, W1W 6PS. No real ale.

W1, TANK & PADDLE (Novus Leisure), 17 Heddon Street, W1B 4BF. Closed. License reverted to Crown Commissionaires

W1, TGI FRIDAYS BAR & RESTAURANT (--other--T.G.I. Friday's UK Ltd), 25-29 Coventry St, W1D 7AG. Closed. To reopen as a “Happy Bar and Grill”

W2, BLACK LION, 123 Bayswater Road, W2 3JH. Having closed as a pub in 2015, completely demolished by October 2019.

W6, CROSS KEYS (Fuller's), 57 Black Lion Lane, W6 9BG. Now offerd CAMRA menbers 15% off all drinks.

W6, WILLIAM MORRIS (Wetherspoon), Swan Island, 2-4 King Street, W6 0QA. Reopened following refurb.

W8, ELEPHANT & CASTLE (Nicholson's (Mitchells & Butlers)), 40 Holland Street, W8 4LT. Recognised for its historic pub interior of some regional importance.

NEW PUB W10, BERTIE BLOSSOMS,, 323 Portobello Road, W10 5SY. This is a one-shop-front-wide venue, very close to the corner of Portobello and Golborn roads and opposite a well-known pizza establishment. Formerly the Galicia restaurant, this is now an Ed Sheeran-owned bar & informal eaterie. The food menu veers towards Spanish. On the ground floor, a dividing wall has been knocked down revealing an open (small) kitchen; the first floor is the same save for an area created for “private diningâ€. The downstairs bar area has been extended with a longer bar-top at which there is stool seating. It’s a very small place but there is an intimate atmosphere between the floors as upstairs has a balcony looking down to the ground floor. The venue just about qualifies as a "pub" by CAMRA's broad definition. There are six craft keg lines supplied by Purity, not all their own brand. Note that under-14s are not allowed on the premises.

W12, DAVY'S AT WHITE CITY (Davy's), Units 4&5, Media Centre, 201 Wood Lane, W12 7TU. Already reported closed - became Coco di Mama café.

W14, ELM (Ei Group), 206 North End Road, W14 9NX. Reported CLOSED with for-sale notices, by mid-October 2019. Future uncertain.


W3, DUKE OF YORK (Wellington), 86 Steyne Road, W3 9NU. Planning granted 15 Oct 2019 to convert upstairs to 4 flats retaining bar and pub garden at ground floor.

W7, KINGS ARMS (Frontier Pubs (Ei Group)), 110 Uxbridge Road, W7 3SU. Now offers 10% off real ales and the newly introduced ciders

W13, BLACK GEORGE,, 181 Uxbridge Road, W13 9AA. Reopened. Still No Real Ale.

COWLEY, RUNWAY (Star), High Street, UB8 2EW. Closed in August - lease on the market.

EDGWARE, VIOLET BAR & GRILL, 97-99 High Street, HA8 7DB. Became a restaurant.

HAREFIELD, HAREFIELD (Admiral Taverns), 41 High Street, UB9 6BY. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

HARROW, HARROW (Stonegate), 269-271 Station Road, HA1 2TB. Renamed the GEORGE following a refurb. Real ale is usually Doom Bar and upto 4 guests (usually 2) from the like of Black Sheep, Fuller’s and Marstons.

NORTH HARROW, KOHINUR RESTAURANT & BAR, 14A Broadwalk, Pinner Road, HA2 6ED. Now Parathas Lounge Pure Vegetarian Restaurant. No draught beer.

UXBRIDGE, CROWN & TREATY (Ei/Old Spot), 90 Oxford Road, UB8 1LU. Reopened after major refurbishment. Fuller's London Pride, Rebellion IPA and Windsor & Eton Knight of the Garter regularly available and a local changing beer. 10% off real ales for CAMRA members. The historic upstairs rooms are now available for dining and functions.

WEALDSTONE, O'SULLIVANS, 6 High Street, HA3 7AA. Became Dallas Grill - a Fast Food Restaurant having closed in 2018.