This beautiful 15th Century building is one of the oldest Pubs in Canterbury; it has been in existence for over 300 years. The earliest record of the pub is as the “Morocco” in the Licensing list of 1692. In the 18th and 19th Century, the Pub was known as the Angel and Castle and finally in 1892, the pub was registered under its present name The City Arms.
The City Arms escaped with only slight damage during the Wartime bombing raids on Canterbury when the opposite side of Butchery Lane was destroyed.
A major fire in July 2001 badly damaged The City Arms and the pub was closed for over 3 years until reopening, but still retains its old Canterbury charm and traditional pub status.
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Happening on 10/11/2017 [Expired]
England will host Germany this Friday in the first of two thrilling friendlies to be held at Wembley Stadium in preparation for the World Cup 2018. Enjoy all the live action from 7:30pm (8pm KO) as the Three Lions take on their world champion rivals!
Happening on 08/04/2017 [Expired]
This year hails the 170th annual running of the Grand National, the biggest National Hunt race of the year. The excitement is building with an estimated quarter of the UK adult population having a flutter so if you can't make it to Aintree, why not watch it in your local pub or bar and cheer…
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