Sort file:- Woolwich, August, 2021.

Page Updated:- Wednesday, 25 August, 2021.


Earliest 1846-

Albion Tavern

Open 2021+

33 Albion Road

Pett Street / 78 Woolwich Church Street (48 in 1939)


020 8316 0085

Albion Tavern 1950s

Above photo 1950s, by kind permission Chris Mansfield.

Albion 2008

Above Google image, June 2008.

Albion 2014

Above Google image, September 2014.

Albion bar 2015

Above photo 2015.

Albion sign 2008Albion sign 2014

Above sign left, 2008, sign right 2014.

Le Wouri sign 2015

 Above sign, 2015.


The Kentish Mercury reported that this held a full license in 1908.

The new building is post war and from 2014 it appears as well having the name "Albion" still attached to the building to have been also using the name of "Le Wouri," and advertising itself as a sports bar and specialising in African food.

According to their Facebook page the premises was advertising that they were running with new management in January 2015. Names of licensee as yet unknown. Local knowledge required please.


From the Kentish Gazette, 8 Februry 1846.


The apprehension of a gang of burglars, well known to the police of the various divisions, took place on Thursday at Woolwich under very singular circumstances. Some three weeks since Mr. Colvill, of the "Albion Tavern," Woolwich, was robbed of nearly 170., by three man, who, under the pretence of writing a private letter in one of the rooms up-stairs, contrived to break open the drawers, and escape with the money, the whole of which, with the exception of about 30., was in sovereigns. The police used every exertion to detect the offenders, but up to yesterday not the slightest clue was obtained that could lead to their detection. Yesterday, however, it was communicated to the police that the gang intended to rob the house of Mr. Nould, of the "Powerful," Warwick-street. Four policemen were accordingly stationed in the house, and on the arrival of the parties, who were recognized by their suspicious practices, the whole party were taken into custody, together with a man named Brunton, residing in Woolwich, who was charged with inciting the rest to commit the robbery. They gave the names of John Flowers, William Johnson, and William Mayhew, of Brighton. They were remanded for further inquiries.




COVILL William James 1846-74+

HAMMOND George 1882+

HAMMOND A C Mrs 1891+

DIPPLE Thomas 1896

NICKELLS Ambrose 1896+

MATTHEWS Frank R 1901+ (age 39 in 1891Census)

STOW Frederick William 1905-08+ Kentish Mercury

CONCANNON John 1911+

BROADNENT Albert E 1919+

JACOBS Frederick George 1921+

STEAD Charles William 1934-38+

KURN Robert Henry 1939-40+ (age 57 in 1939)



Kentish MercuryKentish Mercury


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