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Punch Bowl - Public House


Punch BowlThe Punch Bowl pub is located on Jesmond Road in Jesmond, a suburb of Newcastle. Built in a "Scottish Baronial Style" the current Punch Bowl building dates from the 1870s. It was built on the site of the former Minories Farm complex. The pub was purchased by Newcastle Breweries in the 1950s.[1] The Punch Bowl's history goes back before the present buildng; "The 1st Edition Ordnance Survey of 1858 shows the Punch Bowl Public House, with a small dwelling behind called Ivy Cottage and across a narrow lane to the west a square plan property, which is called Minories house on the 2nd EditionOrdnance Survey of 1898" (South Jesmond Conservation Area statement). The pub was disused for a number of years before undergoing a major refurbishment, and scheduled to reopen in April 2019.[2]

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Jesmond Road Public Houses Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle 1870s
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014666:Punch Bowl Hotel Jesmond Road Signey J. 1965

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Tyne and Wear HER(9900): Jesmond, Jesmond Road, Punch Bowl Public House
- "The Punch Bowl public house is a popular local landmark and reference point. The original building on this site was part of the Minories Farm complex; however the present building ...

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The Punch Bowl, Jesmond Road

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The Punch Bowl, Jesmond Road

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063439:Punch Bowl Jesmond Road Maybury Malcolm 1996

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063440:Shiners Architectural Reclamation Ltd no.123 Jesmond Road Jesmond Maybury Malcolm 1996

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Historic Newcastle pub set to be revived as quirky dog-friendly hostelry in £1m plan
- Chronicle 14 JAN 2019. "A historic Newcastle pub which has lain empty for several years is set to become the city’s coolest venue following a £1m makeover. The Punch ...

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