The name of this Wetherspoon free house recalls the ideal pub described in detail by George Orwell. The famous writer called his fictitious pub ‘Moon Under Water’. In Victorian times, 44 High Street was the home of the Sedgwicks – leading local lawyers. In 1917, the premises became the Empress Winter Gardens and then the Bohemian Cinema. For many years afterwards, it was used as a furniture store and various shops, until this pub opened in 1995.
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