We are OPEN!

For some reason, Google is listing the Bricklayer’s Arms as permanently closed. This is happening on both Maps and Search.

This is NOT TRUE! The pub is still open as usual.

Consultation on the Future of the Pub

Consultation Poster


Zac Monro Architects have been appointed by the landlady to look into proposals for refurbishment and the extension of the pub. The extension will form a new residential block as an alternative source of income which will prevent the closure of the pub. Unfortunately, the pub in its current state is financially unsustainable – this extension will ensure economic sustainability and secure the pub as a well-loved community asset.

If you have any questions please contact:

Zac Monro Architects on 020 7326 0779

Family Fun Run – Sunday 26th April


The Bricklayer’s Arms is holding a family fun run on Sunday morning to raise money for a local school. Be here at 11am if you want to take part. It’s £5 to enter and the course is from the pub to Hammersmith Bridge and back. Free refreshments on return.

And then in the afternoon why not stick around and see the Hammersmith Morris Men re-enact the ancient tradition of ‘Renewing the Jack’. They’ll be singing during the afternoon too so a double treat!

Christmas and New Year Opening Times

Christmas Eve – noon – 11pm
Christmas Day – noon – 2pm
Boxing Day – noon – 11pm
New Year’s Eve – noon – 1am

On New Year’s Eve there is no entrance fee and you don’t have to come in fancy dress. There will be complementary nibbles and a free glass of bubbly at midnight.

New Year’s Day – noon – 11pm

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us here at The Bricklayer’s Arms!

Cricket AGM and Season Averages

A very convivial Cricket Team AGM was held on Saturday November 22 saw around 30 of us wonderfully fed by Bricklayer’s landlady Becky’s other half David, who cooked a superb curry much appreciated by all.

As those in their first season are disbarred from trophies in the hope they will come back for a second season, Player of the Year went to Dave Winpenny for his longstanding service, while a special presentation was also made to Chris Locke for his “tireless efforts” organising the side.

Season Averages are now available on the Fixtures and Results page for the 2014 season.

Landlady Becky wins Wandsworth Civic Award

headway award

Landlady of the Bricklayer’s Arms, Becky Newman, has won a prestigious Wandsworth Civic Award in recognition of her fundraising for Headway South West London. Over the years, Becky has raised tens of thousands of pounds for charity, though her extreme marathon running which has seen her complete the North Pole Marathon, Marathon des Sable through the Sahara, and the Great Wall of China Marathon.

She was presented with the award on Monday by the mayor of Wandsworth, Councillor Stuart Thom.

The fundraising continues on 26th November, with the Headway Quiz Night at the Bricklayer’s Arms. If you’d like to come along please email Claire.Roantree@colemans-ctts.co.uk or info@headwayswlondon.org to reserve your table.

Headway Quiz Night – 26th November

The Bricklayer’s Arms is delighted to host a quiz night in aid of Headway South West London, on Wednesday 26th November. Doors open a 7.30pm for the quiz to begin at 8pm.

There’ll be raffle prizes up for grabs, plus includes a complimentary drink and nibbles.

All proceeds will go towards setting up an additional group meeting in the borough of Richmond, to benefit people with brain injuries, their families, friends and carers.

Tables are £100, allowing a maximum of 6 people per team. If you’d like to come along, email Claire.Roantree@colemans-ctts.co.uk or info@headwayswlondon.org to reserve your table.

Cricket Team AGM

The Bricklayer’s Arms cricket team have just finished an exciting and eventful season. The AGM will be held at the Bricklayer’s Arms on Saturday 22nd November at 8pm.

In the meantime, match reports and results are available through the cricket link on the right of the page.

Welsh Beer Festival – 24th to 28th September 2014



We’re excited to announce that our autumn beer festival returns on 24th to 28th September 2014. This year we’re heading to Wales to bring you a huge selection of 100 real ales from the valleys.

The beer list is available here.

World Cup Fever 2014

The world cup is just a few weeks away, and we’ll be showing the tournament on the big screen. Come and join us at The Bricklayer’s Arms to watch the games and sample some of the 12 real ales on the bar. We’ll also have a good selection of real ciders. And to keep your energy levels up during the penalty shoot-outs, we’ll be serving the multi award-winning Cornish pasties from the Chough bakery in Padstow.

Pint in one hand, pasty in another, shouting abuse at the screen… Heaven.