Mason Arms High Street early 19th century grade 2 listed building.
This was once known as The Ship back in the 19th century, this was once a rambling early 19th century building situated on Solihull’s village square. The brewery deeds go back to the 1750s when the cottages were occupied by masons working on the church opposite, St Alphege. Hence the name.
This has been modernised over the years and during the major building development works around 1990’s. The contractors discovered old farming equipment including several old remains of brick lined water wells, two were kept as part of the refurbishment, including the old farming equipment unearthed.
The old water well can still be seen in the small garden by the bar.
This is a poplar venue for the young over the weekends.
Where do you think our sweet hearts are off to?
Hope you like my interpretation of my home town.
About the artistsee "Mason around" on Paula Gabb's website
Info for buyers
- accepts cheques
- accepts bank transfer
- 7 day cancellation period
- delivery usually 14 days