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Photo of Beaconsfield Arms

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last updated 25/09/2018

Bungay Beaconsfield Arms

historical era: date unknown

Bridge St

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We understand that the Beaconsfield Arms has partly been demolished. Part it may still be standing; it was for a time used as a bookie's office (this was two doors from the Chequers). So it seems the small building at the nearest end in our picture (currently occupied by a hairdresser's) is all that's left of it.

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

(** historic newspaper information from Stuart Ansell)


The first Earl of Beaconsfield (from 1876) was Benjamin Disraelin who was a British literary and social figure and also a Conservative MP and the UK's first and so far only Jewish born Prime Minister (in office from 1874-80).