The Sawyers Arms

The Sawyers Arms John Gibbs was resident in 1850 according to White, the building consisting of a small cottage, it was in fact a beerhouse. By 1852 however this had changed.

Was in the hands of the City Brewery in 1911 and used to have a brewhouse to the rear. In the 1920's, the cottage next door was incorporated into the inn. The old inn was demolished in 1957 and re-built 100 yards nearer Exe Bridge.

The current Inn, now simply known as The Sawyers was opened in April 1966 now at 121 Cowick Street rather than 114.

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