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Name:Warren Arms Inn (Demolished)
HER Number:MNT27121
Type of record:Monument
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C18 core, licensed since at least 1835.

Monument Types

  • PUBLIC HOUSE (C18 Core with C20 Additions, Modern - 1780 AD to 2000 AD)

Associated Events

  • Buildning Survey of The Warren Arms, Derby Road, Stapleford, Nottingham

Full description

The core of the inn was an C18 T-shaped house, licensed at least as early as 1835. Several phases of alteration and expansion were seen to be C20. From Derby Road the Warren Arms appears to be a plain two-storey three-bay house rendered overall and white-painted, with a single storey modern extension to the east. There are 5 external additions to the Georgian building, some accompanied by internal modifications. All are in 3-inch brick or 21/2-inch specials, and therefore taken to be C20. Operated as a public house for at least 172 years (1).
Now demolished.

<1> Tony Sumpter Archaeological Consultancy, 2009, The Warren Arms, Derby Road, Stapleford, Nottingham: Historical Survey (Unpublished document). SNT5006.