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Photo of Millers' Arms

grid reference TL 759 446

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last updated 18/09/2019

Clare Millers' Arms

also traded as as: Cricketer's Arms

historical closure era: mid 20th century

opened 1834

closed 1964

Stoke Rd

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The Millers' Arms may also be listed as being in Nethergate Street.

The original name was given to it by Richard Linsell, an Essex cricket player, who had the cottage built in 1834 and licensed it as the Cricketer's Arms[1].

It's shown (though not named) on this old OS map from about the end of the 19th century. Larger map

old OS map


[1] From "The life of Richard Linsell, the Essex Cricketer, Pedestrian, and Quoit Player":

In 1834, he entered upon a new speculation. He built a cottage about half-a-mile out of Clare, and obtained without any difficulty, a full licence to it; and from his love of cricket, called it "The Cricketers' Arms."

Thanks to Graham Jolliffe for this information

(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

Historical detail found in Clare Book II streets

Old OS map reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland.