3 thoughts on “The George And Dragon

  1. Exactly as I remember it growing up in Norton, the back entrance on Mill Street was were the Beer was off loaded. The back area of the Pub was altered into a large lounge after the war, had a few drinks in there in my time. The Top House, George, Swan, and Red Lion were our training grounds, the old hands taught us how to drink play domino’s and darts, rather a costly education.
    They will all have changed now as it is many years since I was in any of them.
    Maybe when lockdown lifts I will go and see?


  2. At first I thought you meant that the building was thought to be 1930s before realizing you meant the photo! It certainly looks as if it was built as a private house,


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