The Pub History Society

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Who are we and what do we do

The Society was initiated in February 2001 to help bring together like minded individuals who enjoy some aspect of pub history. Many of our members have written books and articles about the history of pubs, others are just enthusiasts who enjoy nothing more than visiting unspoilt or historic pubs....

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Nottingham's Lost Pubs
A new publication

Yeovil Pubs. Large site now linked. See

Gloucestershire Pubs. Link added.

Otley Pub Club now linked to us

Online membership payment now available

Link added to The Lost Pubs Project

David Muggleton's pub history photos on Flickr

New Link to Gloucester Pubs

Are you researching the history of a pub or someone who worked in one?  Our research page is now available
Visit our Second Page

Plenty of links to other places of interest. Visit here
New website for Brewery Trays

A new and superb website just launched. If you've every wanted to know about trays from breweries this is the place!
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A unique collection of photos accumulated over many years and available for the first time in this downloadable publication.

30 pubs are featured in this first volume with many more to follow. Nottingham's Lost Pubs is a journey through time utilising a 'then and now' theme illustrating how quickly our pub landscape changes.

The publication is a tribute to Derek's late friend Brian Hayes who, between them embarked upon a city wide pub crawl in the 1950's recording what they saw as they went..

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Nottingham’s Lost Pubs

By Derek Henshaw and Al Atkinson
Our Chicago Connection

Chris Murray our Newsletter Editor writes about one of England's ancient pubs for Tales, Taverns and Towns in the 'Windy City'.