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Nags Head

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The Nags Head was situated at 79-81 Heath Street. Known for a time as The Cruel Sea, it is now used as an estate agents office.

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Name Dates Comments
Barbara D'Gama 1964/1965 My late father and mother used to run the pub back in the mid 1960's and our family lived upstairs. As an adult and having explored my family's heritage I learnt that my father was the first "coloured" publican in London prior to the 1965 Race Relations Act. My father was Indian and my mother Irish and were encouraged by Finches to run the pub. We were a family of 7 and as I understand, perceived as eccentric.