Robin Hood (Brierley Hill)

From International Robin Hood Bibliography
Coordinate 52.4796, -2.1068
Adm. div. Staffordshire
Vicinity Merry Hill; immediately W of Pedmore Road (A4036); adjacent to Brierley Hill Shopping Centre
Type Public house
Interest Robin Hood name
Status Defunct
First Record 1884
A.k.a. Robin Hood Inn
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The New Robin Hood Colliery was located in the area now occupied by Nottingham Way.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2020-10-23. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2021-01-07.

The Robin Hood in Brierley Hill was situated on the west side of Pedmore Road (A4036; Merry Hill) at a currently unoccupied plot between the latter road and an unnamed road snaking roughly north–south past Brierley Hill Shopping Centre.

The site of the pub straddles a footpath, oriented NW–SE, which connects those streets. The now demolished pub is included in O.S. maps dating from 1884 to 1947 (see below). It was still in business in 2003.[1] There was a concert room at the back of the pub.[2] No doubt the long-defunct New Robin Hood Colliery on the east side of Pedmore Road was named after the pub. So also were presumably, directly or indirectly, several other localities in Brierley Hill. See Brierley Hill place-name cluster. The black and white photo of the pub uploaded to Geograph by Brian Clift is dated 1 June 1975,[3] but the same photo uploaded to Flickr, probably also by the photographer himself, is dated 1967.[2]




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