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The Court of Requests
Article date: 26 Apr 2012

Former West Bromwich Albion favourite Bob Taylor is pictured with manager Simon Taylor (third, right) and staff at the opening of The Court of Requests, Oldbury.

The pub is a grade II listed building, built in 1816. The original premises included a gaol, with cells for male and female prisoners, and was known as a court of requests.

The design of the pub’s individual rooms has been inspired by the building’s previous uses, including that as a library, cells, court room and dining room.

An original cell door has been incorporated, as well as the prisoners’ exercise-yard pavers, as a walkway in the beer garden.

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