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Feltham pub history index
The Airman was built in 1938 near the Hanworth Air park.
A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Middlesex.
Airman, Hanworth Road Feltham - in 2014
Residents at this address
Middlesex Chronicle 03 October 1942 - Heavy Fines in Food Prosecution.
At Middlesex Sessions on Thursday James Chanter Street, licensee of the Airman, Feltham, was fined £250 and ordered to pay 10 guineas costs after he had pleaded guilty to a number of indictments for obtaining rationed goods contrary to the regulations.
Middlesex Chronicle 05 December 1942 - Licencing transferr
The Transfer of the Airman public house, Feltham, from James Chanter Street to John Rushmore, of Chiswick.
Marylebone Mercury 27 January 1945 - Licence transferred
At Brentford the licence of The Beehive public house, North road, Southall was provisionally transferred from Henry James Amos Pavis to James Chanter Street.
Mr Street was formerly licensee of The Airman, Feltham ; The North Star, Hounslow ; The Fox Inn, Twickenham; and other houses, and is well known throughout South West Middlesex for his efforts on behalf of charitable causes.
2017/Airman (Feltham) Hanworth Road Feltham Middlesex TW13 5AX , Greene King
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