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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1997

(Name from)

Tap and Spile

Latest 1999

(Name to)

76-77 St Dunstan's Street

Canterbury

 

Originally the "Rose and Crown," a 16th century building, this pub changed name to the "Tap and Spile" in 1997 when the pub chain with the same name purchased it, only lasting with that name for a couple of years before changing once again this time to the "Blind Dog at St. Dunstan's."

The "Tap and Spile" being a nationwide chain owned by Century Inns who took over the chain from Pubmaster but ceased trading in 1999.

Later when Tap and Spile sold up (to Enterprise), it became the "Blind Dog at St. Dunstan's," after the song by local group Caravan.

 

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