WhatPub updates to 6 May 2020

The following represent updates to CAMRA's WhatPub database took place between 9th March and 6 May 2020

BEXLEY

BELVEDERE, PRINCE OF WALES (Ei Group), 13a Woolwich Road, DA17 5EE. . Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

CRAYFORD, CRAYFORD ARMS (Shepherd Neame), 37 Crayford High Street, DA1 4HH. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

CRAYFORD, DUKE'S HEAD (Wellington), 53 Crayford High Street, DA1 4EJ. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

WELLING, GREEN MAN (Ei Group), 168 Wickham Street, DA16 3NL. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

BROMLEY

SE20, CRAFT METROPOLIS , 47 High Street, SE20 7HW. Bottle shop opened in 2015 normally with drink-in facilities. Currently open for off-sales 2-7pm daily.

BECKENHAM, JOLLY WOODMAN (Ei Group), 9 Chancery Lane, BR3 6NR. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

BECKENHAM, THREE HOUNDS BOTTLE SHOP, 71 Beckenham Road, BR3 4PR. Opened in 2017 with regular meet the brewer events.

BROMLEY, FREELANDS TAVERN (Greene King), 31 Freelands Road, BR1 3HZ. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

BROMLEY, OAK (Tavern Property Co), 206 Widmore Road, BR1 2RH. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

BROMLEY, PRINCE FREDERICK (Greene King), 31 Nichol Lane, BR1 4DE. Downgraded from a historic pub interior of regional importance to of some regional importance.

PRATTS BOTTOM, BULLS HEAD (Star), Rushmore Hill, BR6 7NQ. The pub reopened in February 2020 following a closure for major refurbishment.

CROYDON & SUTTON

CROYDON, ALMA TAVERN (Star), 127-129 Lower Addiscombe Road, CR0 6PU. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

CROYDON, ANSPACH & HOBDAY TAP ROOM , Unit 11, Valley Point Industrial Estate, Beddington Farm Road, CR0 4WP. Anspach & Hobday commenced brewing in Croydon early in 2020. The tap room is normally open on Saturday afternoons, serving a range of their beers, through four keg taps and a handpump.

SE25, JOINERS ARMS (Star), 52 Woodside Green, SE25 5EU. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

THORNTON HEATH, WELCOME INN (Wellington), 300 Parchmore Road, CR7 8HB. Closed towards the beginning of the year.

EAST LONDON & CITY

EC1, OLD RED LION (Star), 418 St John Street, EC1V 4NJ. No longer Cask Marque accredited.

EC4, BALLS BROTHERS (SHOE LANE) (Mosaic Pubs & Dining), 83 Shoe Lane, EC4A 3BQ. No longer operated by Mosaic - current operator unknown.

E1, BROWN BEAR (Star), 139 Leman Street, E1 8EY. Now Cask Marque accredited.

E2, OWL & PUSSYCAT (Brakspear Pub Co), 34 Redchurch Street, E2 7DP. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

E2, ROYAL OAK (Young's), 73 Columbia Road, E2 7RG. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

E5, ANCHOR & HOPE (Fuller's), 15 High Hill Ferry, E5 9HG. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

E8, BEHIND THIS WALL , 411 Mare Street, E8 1HY. Contemporary basement bar. Keg Beer.

E9, TIGER (Dirty Liquor (Ei Group)), 245 Wick Road, E9 5DG. Real Ale no longer available.

E10, COACH & HORSES, 391 High Road, E10 5NA. Offers unstated CAMRA discount.

E12, BLAKESLEY ARMS (Ei Group), 53 Station Road, E12 5BP. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

ENFIELD & BARNET

ENFIELD, KING'S HEAD (Alpinecross Ltd), 9 Market Place, EN2 6LL. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

ENFIELD, PRINCE ALBERT (Ei Group), 611 Hertford Road, EN3 6UP. Converted to Craft Union format and was offering Pride and Doom Bar.

ENFIELD, SUN & WOOLPACK (Greene King), 640 Hertford Road, EN3 6LZ. Real ale was to be reinstated. Greene King IPA was due to be re-launched by April 2020.

HIGH BARNET, HADLEY HOTEL, 113 Hadley Road, EN5 5QN. No longer has a historic pub interior following refurbishment.

KINGSTON & LEATHERHEAD

KINGSTON, CANBURY ARMS (Pearmain Pubs), 49 Canbury Park Road, KT2 6LQ. Sold to Young's March 2020.

KINGSTON, WILLOW, 16, The Triangle, KT1 3RT. Reopened as NOURA a Lebanese restaurant and bar.

SURBITON, ANGEL (Wellington), 5, Howard Road, KT5 8SA. Converted to nursery, with planning approval, after use for a while as a B&B.Pub closed and converted to a nursery after use as a B&B.

NORTH LONDON

N1, NEW ROSE (Star), 84-86 Essex Road, N1 8LU. Closed for approx 2 months from beginning of Jan 2020 for a comprehensive refurb and now reopened as the ALPACA - 2 or 3 cask beers available in good condition.

N1, CAMDEN HEAD (Greene King), 2 Camden Walk, N1 8DY. Upgraded to a historic pub interior of regional importance.

N1, CASTLE (Geronimo (Young)), 54 Pentonville Road, N1 9HF. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N1, CHARLES LAMB (The Brill UK LLP), 16 Elia Street, N1 8DE. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N1, KING CHARLES I, 55-57 Northdown Street, N1 9BL. Upgraded to a historic pub interior of regional importance.

N1, LINCOLN LOUNGE (Ballymore Estates Ltd), 52 York Way, N1 9AB. Freehold sold to Dastur Trading Limited Feb 2020.

N1, SCOTTISH STORES (The Brill UK LLP), 2-4 Caledonian Road, N1 9DU. Upgraded to a historic pub interior of national importance.

N1, WENLOCK ARMS, 26 Wenlock Road, N1 7TA. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N1C, GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL (RAM),, N1C 4TB. No draught beer at all. Bottles include BrewDog, Curious, Einstok, Meantime.

N4, ARSENAL TAVERN (Ei Group), 175 Blackstock Road, N4 2JS. No longer serves real ale.

N4, BROWNSWOOD (Searchgrade Ltd), 271 Green Lanes, N4 2EX. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N4, KINGS HEAD (Tavern Property Co), 126 Blackstock Road, N4 2DR. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N5, BANK OF FRIENDSHIP (Tavern Propco), 226 Blackstock Road, N5 1EA. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

N10, MUSWELL HILLBILLY TAPROOM, 14 Avenue Mews, N10 3NP. Now offers a real ale.

N17, ELMHURST (Star), 131 Lordship Lane, N17 6XE. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

N17, SHIP (Star), 499 High Road, N17 6QA. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

NW1, DEVONSHIRE ARMS, 33 Kentish Town Road, NW1 8NL. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

NW1, ENGINEER (M&B/Castle), 65 Gloucester Avenue, NW1 8JH. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

NW1, PRINCE ALBERT (Laine Pub Company), 163 Royal College Street, NW1 0SG. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

NW1, QUEENS (Young's), 49 Regents Park Road, NW1 8XD. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

NW1, SHAKER & COMPANY (Admiral Taverns), 119 Hampstead Road, NW1 3EE. Closed. FoT lease for sale via DCL March 2020.

NW5, SOUTHAMPTON ARMS, 139 Highgate Road, NW5 1LE. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

NW9, HENNESSEYS (Sloanes Bar Restaurants Limited), 543 - 545 Kingsbury Road, NW9 9EL. .This pub shut down 3 or 4 months ago. Was being turned in to a restaurant when restrictions came in.

WC1, DUKE (Star), 7 Roger Street, WC1N 2PB. No longer regarded as of national importance but still a historic pub interior of regional importance.

WC2, SEVEN STARS (Fuller's), 53-54 Carey Street, WC2A 2JB. Upgraded to a historic pub interior of national importance.

WC2, TWO BREWERS (Greene King), 40 Monmouth Street, WC2H 9EP. A Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

RICHMOND & HOUNSLOW

SW13, RED LION (Fuller's), 2 Castelnau, London, SW13 9RU. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

OSTERLEY, CONQUEST CLUB, Wood Lane, TW7 5EJ. Demolished.

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

RICHMOND, WATERMANS (Young's), 10-12 Water Lane, TW9 1TJ. Removed from historic pub interior register following refurbishment.

RICHMOND, WHITE CROSS (Young's), Riverside, Water Lane, TW9 1TH. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

ST MARGARETS, CROWN (Pearmain Pubs), 174 Richmond Road, TW1 2NH. Now owned by Young's following purchase of Pearmain pubs.

TEDDINGTON, LION (Ei Group), 27 Wick Road, TW11 9DN. CAMRA membership discount - Pint of guest ale £3.50 - Monday to Friday between 12 - 5pm.

TWICKENHAM, TW2 BAR & GRILL, 80-82 The Green, TW2 5AG. Renamed TW2 TAPROOM April 2020, but when it is permitted to open is unknown until lock-down lifted.

SOUTH EAST LONDON

SE3, BRITISH OAK (Ei Group), 109 Old Dover Road, SE3 8SU. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

SE4, WICKHAM ARMS (Ei Group), 69 Upper Brockley Road, SE4 1TF. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SE4, SALTHOUSE BOTTLES , 12 Coulgate Street, SE4 2RW. An off-licence providing a full range of drinks including real cider and bottle conditioned beers.

SE7, WHITE SWAN (Mendoza), 22 The Village, SE7 8UD. Closed.

SE8, WATERGATE , 7-9 Watergate Street, SE8 3HR. Housed in a former hairdresser's and money exchange shop knocked through into one, this bar opened in February 2020. Modern decor with plain wooden tables and chairs and art on the walls. Deptford-based Villages beer is served on keg, and beer is also available in bottles and cans. Wine, cocktails and spirits served. Opening hours may be subject to change depending on custom in the early weeks. Events will start up in the longer term.

SE10, BAR 57, 57 Greenwich High Road, SE10 8LP. Became Kitcho restaurant. Was Rose of Denmark

SE10, PLUME OF FEATHERS (Wellesley Capital Investment Ltd), 19 Park Vista, SE10 9LZ. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SE12, BROCKLEY BREWERY & TAPROOM , Unit 28, Chiltonian Industrial Estate, Manor Lane, SE12 0TX. Taproom open Saturdays at the brewery's new brewing site in Hither Green, opened in late 2019. Range of the brewery's beers available to drink in or take out.

SE14, WHITE HART (Wellington), 184 New Cross Road, SE14 5AA. . Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

SE15, MAN OF KENT (Ei Group), 2-4 Nunhead Green, SE15 3QF. Downgraded to a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SE15, PYROTECHNISTS ARMS (Ei Group), 39 Nunhead Green, SE15 3QF. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SE17, QUEEN ELIZABETH, 42 Merrow Street, SE17 2NH. Upgraded to a historic pub interior of national importance.

SE22, HERNE TAVERN (Star), 2 Forest Hill Road, SE22 0RR. Upgraded to a historic pub interior of national importance.

SE22, PALMERSTON (Old Spot Pub Co (Ei Group)), 91 Lordship Lane, SE22 8EP. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

SE27, HORNS TAVERN (Ei Group), 40 Knights Hill, SE27 0HY. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SIDCUP, BLACK BOY (Star), Southspring, DA15 8EA. Upgraded to a historic pub interior of national importance.

SOUTH WEST ESSEX

BARKING, LIGHTERMAN (Star), 109 Bastable Avenue / Charlton Crescent, IG11 0NX. No longer sells real ale.

COLLIER ROW (ROMFORD), ASPEN TREE (HUNGRY HORSE) (GK/Hungry Horse), Gobions Avenue / Chelmsford Avenue, RM5 3SP. No longer Cask Marque accredited..

DAGENHAM, ADMIRAL VERNON (Ei Group), 141 Broad Street / Morland Road, RM10 9HP. Historic pub interior upgraded to of national importance.

GIDEA PARK, SHIP (Smythe Inns Ltd), 93 Main Road, RM2 5EL. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

RAINHAM, PHOENIX AT RAINHAM (Ei Group), Broadway, RM13 9YW. Reverted to just PHOENIX after closing for a month for a major refurbishment

SEVEN KINGS, O'GRADY'S IRISH BAR, 699-699a High Road, IG3 8RH. Renamed MCCAFFERTY'S BAR & GUESTHOUSE in February 2020.

SOUTH WEST LONDON

SW2, PRINCE OF WALES (Brakspear Pub Co), 169-171 Lyham Road, SW2 5PY. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

SW9, PRINCE OF WALES (Lambeth), 467-469 Brixton Road, SW9 8HH. No longer list as having a historic pub interior.

SW15, BRICKLAYER'S ARMS, 32 Waterman Street, SW15 1DD. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SW15, DUKE'S HEAD (Young's), 8 Lower Richmond Road, SW15 1JN. Upgraded to a historic pub interior of national importance.

SW17, ANTELOPE (Antic), 76 Mitcham Road, SW17 9NG. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

WEST LONDON

NW8, TRADERS INN (Ei Group), 52 Church Street, NW8 8EP. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SW1, NAGS HEAD (--unknown--), 53 Kinnerton Street, SW1X 8ED. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

SW1, PRIDE OF PIMLICO (Ei Group/Craft Union Pub Co), 85 Tachbrook Street, SW1V 2QA. After a brief closure period this pub reopened under Craft Union management in March 2020 selling Pride and Doom Bar.

SW1, WILTON ARMS (Shepherd Neame), 71 Kinnerton Street, SW1X 8ED. The lease has been transferred to Inda Pubs Ltd. as of March 2020.

SW6, ARAGON HOUSE (City Pub Company), 247 New Kings Road, SW6 4XG. Regained Cask Marque status.

SW6, BOMA GREEN (BAR & RESTAURANT) (Gin & Juice Ltd), 271 New Kings Rd, SW6 4RD. Closed in October 2019 and converted to growing chain of Cocotte restaurants.

SW6, CALLOW RUSCOE, 152 Wandsworth Bridge Road, SW6 2UH. Closed in June 2019 but reopened in 2020 as JACK'S - a cafe bar which would be offering up to 8 keg beers from the beer wall if it was open!

SW7, STANHOPE ARMS (Greene King), 97 Gloucester Road, SW7 4SS. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

W1, COACH & HORSES (NORMANS) (Fuller's), 29 Greek Street, W1D 5DH. Upgraded to a historic pub interior of national importance.

W1, GEORGE, 55 Great Portland Street, W1W 7LR. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

W1, GOLDEN EAGLE, 59 Marylebone Lane, W1U 2NY. Downgraded to a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

W1, TANK & PADDLE (Novus Leisure), 17 Heddon Street, W1B 4BF..Lease take on by Barworks - to reopen as the KonnWest Tavern.

W6, BROOK GREEN HOTEL (Young's), 170 Shepherds Bush Road, W6 7PB. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

W6, HOP POLES (Stonegate), 17-19 King Street, W6 9HR. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

W8, ELEPHANT & CASTLE (Nicholson's (Mitchells & Butlers)), 40 Holland Street, W8 4LT. Upgraded to a historic pub interior of regional importance.

W8, HANSOM CAB), 86 Earls Court Road, W8 6EG. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

W8, UXBRIDGE ARMS (Bermondsey Pub Co (Ei Group)), 13 Uxbridge Street, W8 7TQ. Recognised as a historic pub interior of regional importance.

WC2, LAMB & FLAG (Fuller's), 33 Rose Street, WC2E 9EB. Upgraded to a historic pub interior of regional importance.

WEST MIDDLESEX

W3, CASTLE (Fuller's), 140 Victoria Road, W3 6UL. Freehold sold to Tide Developments (2) Limited in February.

W3, CHIQUITO (Restaurant Group), Royal Leisure Park, W3 0PA. Closed early 2020 - to become a wagamama.

W3, SIX BELLS (Wellington), 211 High Street, W3 9DD. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

W4, DUKE OF SUSSEX (GK/Metropolitan)), 75 South Parade, W4 5LF. Historic pub interior upgraded to of regional importance.

W4, SWAN (Yellow Bear), 1 Evershed Walk, 119 Acton Lane, W4 5HH. Recognised as a historic pub interior of some regional importance.

W7, GROSVENOR (Food & Fuel), 127 Oaklands Road, W7 2DT. Food and Fuel went into administration 25/3/2020.

W7, WEIRD BEARD , Unit 5 Boston Business Park, W7 2QA. Opened in 2013, the brewery has an open day once a month. Currently offering delivery service

ALPERTON, AMIRA LOUNGE (ex Punch), Heather Park Drive, HA0 1SN. Already reported closed. No longer regarded as a historic pub interior of any importance.

HARROW, COFFEE 2 COCKTAILS , 51 High Stret, HA1 3HT. Opened in Dec 2018 in the former restaurant part of Cafe Cafe. 4 keg beers available: Cruzcampo, Guinness, Camden IPA and Asahi.

HARROW, BAR 86, 86 High Street, HA1 3LW. Renamed from Blues tapas bar in 2018. Sells three keg beers: Guinness, Birra Moretti and Heineken.

PERIVALE, PERIVALE BREWERY , Horsenden Farm, Horsenden Lane North, UB6 7PQ. Brewery tap usually open the last Saturday of the month serving four keg beers plus bottles. Opened in 2019. Currently offering delivery service or Saturday collection.

RUISLIP, SMUGGLER'S COVE, 153 High Street, HA4 8JY. Real Ale discontinued.