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Saturday 24 January 2009 12.50pm
I noticed that the hop cellars closed last night.Glad to see it went out with a bang on Burns night.I wonder was it the current climate or redevelopment issues that forced its closure.

http://www.ballsbrothers.co.uk/hops/
Saturday 24 January 2009 3.30pm
I'd have thought it was the redevelopment.
Saturday 24 January 2009 11.26pm
I believe it's to do with Thameslink, same reason as The Wheathseaf closing.
Sunday 25 January 2009 10.36am
From the previous thread about the compulsory purchase order for part of the Hop Exchange that Network Rail were seeking, I had got the impression that the tenants of the building could remain in occupation apart from some disruption while the new fire escapes were being built???
Friday 13 March 2009 8.26am
Danny formely from the Wheatsheaf is taking over the Hop cellar
Friday 13 March 2009 4.01pm
nigel - I presume you mean under a new guise, since the ball bros website is pretty final about the permanency of its demise as ball bros concern. Any more detail on what's planned? just a change of management?
Friday 13 March 2009 4.29pm
sorry was not clear earlier..Its a new venture..
Friday 13 March 2009 8.41pm
nigel wrote:
Danny formely from the Wheatsheaf is taking over the Hop cellar

That is welcome news.

Any hints on timescale?
Monday 16 March 2009 4.28pm
Signs outside the old Wheatsheaf in Stoney Street:

http://twitpic.com/25m92

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