Sort file:- Greenwich, March, 2021.

Page Updated:- Sunday, 07 March, 2021.


Earliest 1888

Angerstein Hotel

Open 2020+

108 Woolwich Road


020 8293 5695

Angerstein Hotel 2014

Above photo 2014 by Chris Whippet Creative Commons Licence.



Built in 1888 and named after the local businessman and dignitary John Julius Angerstein. Previous to 1901 this was addressed as Lower Greenwich Road. Today (2020) it has 21 letting rooms over 3 floors. Large U-shaped bar counter dominates the pub floor space.


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From the By Jess Bell, 14th August 2015.

Appeal launched after man suffers broken jaw during assault at Angerstein Hotel in Greenwich.

Police would like to speak to this man.

Unknown man 2015Police have released a CCTV image of a man they are tracing in connection with an unprovoked serious assault in Greenwich which left the victim with a broken jaw.

The victim was a man in his 30s who was celebrating a birthday at the Angerstein Hotel, Woolwich Road on Saturday May 30 at around 1.30am.

He was punched in the face in what appears to be an unprovoked attack in which he suffered a fractured jaw and damage to his teeth.

Detectives in Greenwich would like to speak to the man in the image. Do you know this man?

Officer in the case Detective Constable Sarah Oyasodun said: "I am keen to find out the identity and whereabouts of the man shown in the CCTV image. Any information will be treated in the strictest confidence."

Anyone with information should call police by dialing 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting image reference 184494.


From the By Joe Dempsey, 2nd June 2017.

Dozens evacuated as Angerstein pub and hotel in Woolwich Road, Charlton, catches fire.

Dozens of pub-goers had to be evacuated from a Charlton pub and hotel that caught fire last night (June 1).

Police and firefighters were alerted to the blaze as an office in the Angerstein Pub in Woolwich Road went up in flames around 9.30pm.

Sherrie Mills, the licensee owner of the pub and hotel, said: “There was a small fire in my office.

“It’s an electrical fault, some wires touched and arced so it caught fire.”

The fire started spreading smoke throughout the building, forcing around 20 people to evacuate the building.

A smoke alarm sounded which helped alert those sleeping above the pub.

Ms Mills said: “In the daylight hours and seeing the damage, thank god everyone got out out safely.

“Our fire alarm was replaced last year and it was worth every penny. Of course we have to have one, we are a hotel.

“We are still open for business so people can still come for drinks.

“Some people decided to leave and go home, I have refunded people who weren’t happy. We did what we had to do.”

Fire crews from East Greenwich, Greenwich, Deptford and Poplar attended the scene and the blaze was put out by 10:30pm. There were no injuries.




HURDLE Samuel 1891+

WILTSHIRE William 1891+ (age 51 in 1891Census)

HURDLE Frederick 1896+

RICHES Henry John 1901+

BAKER Henry Thomass 1911+

BISHOP Percy Charles 1919-38+

BESSEMER Albert Fras 1944+

Last pub licensee had CREW Stanley Cyril after 1944

MILLS Sherrie 2017+




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