Local Pub and Brewery News

See the Quick News Update section for the latest snippets of local interest.

See the Pub Watch section for the latest information on local pubs with an uncertain future.

Quick News Update

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  • Pub Watch
  • Colnbrook
  • Red Lion

This has been closed for a while, and has been sold, but there is no further indication as to its future. Latest news is that some building work has been started, to convert it to another use; this seems to have fallen foul of the Listed Buildings rules.

[Posted 16 July 2012]

Star & Garter

This closed June 2015, and has been sold. A planning application has now been received by the council to convert the pub to a Costa Coffee.

[Posted Jan 2016]

Cox Green Foresters

Having recently closed, its future is unknown.

[Posted Dec 2015]

  • Hurley
  • Red Lyon

This has been closed for a while, due to a major refurbishment. It will be re-opening soon, though!

[Posted Dec 2015]

  • Horton
  • Crown Inn

The future of this pub is uncertain, as it has closed and the freehold is for sale.

[Posted Dec 2015]

  • Maidenhead
  • Portland Arms

Closed a while ago, the future of this pub is uncertain.

[Posted Dec 2015]

  • Old Windsor
  • Oxford Blue

This pub has closed, and its future is uncertain. However, there is a planning application in progress, to carry out various improvements, and local heresay has it that the pub has been bought by chefs wishing to convert it to a restaurant.

[Posted Dec 2015]

  • Windsor
  • Crispin

This pub appears to be having an uncertain time at the moment, with phases of being closed. Hopefully, a firmer future will develop at some point.

[Posted Dec 2015]

  • Recent Pub Closures Brickmakers Arms, Burnham (planning approved for 3 houses on site)

Pheasant, Burnham (now a private house)

Swan, Cippenham (converted to apartments)

Bricklayers Arms, Clewer (has been demolished; replaced by houses)

Bell, Clewer (demolished for flats)

Morning Star, Datchet (converted to a Costa Coffee)

Three Elms, Dedworth (converted to Tesco Express)

Queen, Dedworth (likely to be converted to/replaced by houses, but not confirmed yet)

Nine Stiles, New Denham (has planning permission for conversion to flats)

Three Horseshoes, Eton Wick (converted to private house)

Stag, Farnham Common (demolished for housing)

Golden Harp, Furze Platt (converted to Tesco Express)

Sun & Stars, Holyport (converted to private house)

Chequers, Iver (changed to commercial use, with flats above)

Harrow, Langley (now a school canteen)

Willow Tree, Langley (now an Indian Restaurant)

Masters Arms, Maidenhead (converted to offices)

Arbour, Pinkneys Green (changed to an Indian Restaurant)

Coachmakers Arms, Slough (planned conversion to other use; currently being used as a recruitment agency)

Dog & Pot, Stoke Poges (converted to an executive home)

Greyhound, Slough (has been converted to a private house)

Queen of England, Slough (now an Indian Restaurant)

Six Bells, Stoke Poges (has been demolished, replaced by houses)

Fawn, Windsor (has been demolished, replaced by houses)

Mitre, Windsor (has been demolished, replaced by houses)

Queens Head, Water Oakley (converted to private residence)