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The Millers Arms public house, Agnes Street

When this pub was built c 1861, there was also a flour mill next to it. The Meadows area of Nottingham was not developed until the mid-1800's due to restrictions by local burgesses to retain grazing rights of the commonly held fields which surrounded the city. A rapidly expanding population was crowded into the constricted city area, in which living conditions were squalid, with regular outbreaks …