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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1995+

(Name from)

Casey's

Open 2013

(Name to)

5 Butchery Lane

Canterbury

01227 463252

http://www.shepherdneame.co.uk/pubs/canterbury/caseys

Casey's Casey's sign 2012  

Above photos taken by Paul Skelton, 19 May 2012.

 

Now (2012) a Shepherd Neame public house, although I don't know when it opened as a pun, their web site gives the following information:- "Situated in Butchery Lane, once called Golden Angel Lane until the statue of an angel was stolen in the 18th century, "Caseys Ale House" has long been a favourite place for wandering minstrels and monks alike. Built in 1504 it was originally a theatre, or playhouse and is the only surviving Tudor example after Oliver Cromwell had most of the theatres in England razed to the ground.

I have been informed that the pub closed in 2013 and after a major refit reopened again under the original name of the "Shakespeare" again.

 

LICENSEE LIST

FINNEY Gareth & SIDDERS Dan 2012+

 

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