The Public House – will George V survive?

August 28, 2013

I’ve made a number of comments about the ‘George V’. In recent days it’s had a repaint job, new signs – plural, there was one plus an empty signpost before – and even some decking added. The repaint job looked odd – all the woodwork in lightish brown, but then I saw another pub in my travels today done in exactly the same way, so this appears to be a corporate new look.

I’ll try and get a photo and put in here.

I don’t know how much the interior has changed, but it seems that this pub has remained open throughout this promised refurbishment, so I cannot imagine it’s too startling a change.

But this pub is still standing. My travels today took me past the site of ‘George and Dragon’, now completely demolished, and going to be the site of nine homes.

On the point of packing in housing, near where I live there was a 4 – 5 bed detached house in moderate size garden – probably 1960s. It was empty for a long time – I don’t know why. Planning permission was obtained to demolish it at put in three 4 – 5 bedroom houses. I see now that number has increased to five houses.

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