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1899 – The Jolly Sailor, Hanham, Bristol, Gloucestershire

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Architect: Paul & James

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Still a public house, today but run by Wetherspoon. “This house has recently been erected at Hanham, near Bristol, for the Bristol Brewery, Georges and Co., Ltd. The materials of which the buildings are composed are local bricks with Bath- stone dressings, the roof being covered with Broseley tiles. The general contract was in the hands of Mr. J. Perkins, and the plumbing and sanitary works were carried out by Messrs. J. Hunter and Son, both of Bristol. Messrs. Walter S. Paul and James, AA.ll I.B.A., of Bristol, were the architects.” Published in The Building News, August 18 1899.

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