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This Wetherspoon pub takes its name from one of the oldest pubs in Warwickshire, which stood close by, until it was demolished in 1929.
The gift refers to 'an area on the Warwick Road near the old Spread Eagle and Dolphin inns'. The Spread Eagle, said to have been one of the oldest pubs in Warwickshire, stood nearby - at the corner of Victoria Road. It was pulled down in 1929 when the road was widened. The Green, far from being an age-old local landmark, was created in the early 1930s.
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