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Somerset lost pubs statistics

No. of lost pubs: 354

No. of photos: 157

Date last updated: 22nd September 2019

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Lost Pubs In Somerset

A G P
  Axbridge   Galhampton   Panborough
B   Glastonbury   Paulton
  Bath   Gurney Slade   Pawlett
  Batheaston H   Pensford
  Bathford   Hambridge   Penselwood
  Biddisham   Hardington Mandeville   Pill
  Blagdon   Henstridge   Porlock
  Bridgwater   High Littleton   Portishead
  Bruton   Highbridge   Priddy
  Burnham On Sea   Holditch   Publow
  Burtle I Q
C   Ilchester   Queen Camel
  Camerton K R
  Carlingcott   Keinton Mandeville   Radstock
  Castle Cary   Kewstoke   Redhill
  Chard   Keynsham   Rockwell Green
  Chewton Mendip   Knapp S
  Chilton Polden L   Saltford
  Clapton   Langport   Shepton Mallet
  Clevedon   Limpley Stoke   Shurton
  Combe Down   Long Ashton   Somerton
  Combwich M   South Petherton
  Congresbury   Marston Magna   Stanton Drew
  Cotford St Luke   Martock   Stathe
  Coxley   Meare   Stoford
  Creech Heathfield   Merriott   Stogumber
  Creech St Michael   Midsomer Norton   Stogursey
  Crewkerne   Milverton   Street
  Croscombe   Minehead T
  Curry Rivel   Monkton Combe   Taunton
D N   Thurloxton
  Doulting   Nailsea W
  Dunkerton   North Curry   Wedmore
  Durston   North Petherton   Wellington
E O   Wells
  East Coker   Oldford   West Buckland
  East Huntspill   Over Stowey   West Horrington
  Evercreech   West Huntspill
F   Weston Super Mare
  Farmerton   Whatley
  Farrington Gurney   Whitchurch
  Faulkland   Williton
  Flax Bourton   Wincanton
  Freshford   Winsham
  Frome   Woolavington
  Woolley
  Worle
  Wrantage
Y
  Yeovil

Note that the county index above is determined by pre-1974 reorganisation boundaries.