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Bristol Lower Castle Street Map 1937
Lower Castle Street lost during the blitz now lies under modern-day Castle Park.
1 George Oliver. - (Footwear) Ltd.
3 Bacchus. - Public House Landlord: R. Wright.
5 Castle & Ball. - Public House Landlord: F.C. Garland.
7 H.S. Swain. - Newsagent.
9 H. Churchill. - Opticians
11 F. Northam & Co. - Grocers
(including the sale of alcoholic-drinks)
17 Welsh Congregational Church
Opened on 8 January 1823, the church backed on to the old castle wall. It was very small, the front of the building jutted out beyond adjoining buildings making the street narrow and causing a bottleneck for trams (two tramlines merged into one at this point).
On the night of the blitz on Sunday 24 November 1940, the congregation sheltered in cellars of the old castle beneath the church when a bomb made a direct hit on Darlington's opposite and the church was also destroyed. After the all clear sounded, the congregation got out through a trapdoor in the pavement. As a temporary measure, services continued from the nearby Whitefield Tabernacle in Penn Street.
19 L.C. Darlington & Sons Ltd. - House Furnishers - This was the upholstery workshop for Darlington's, who had two shops in Lower Castle Street at 10-14 and 24.
21 Fulford Bros Ltd. - Leather Factors
This building, and the business, survived the war and traded into the 1960s.
Between Nos 21 and 23 was the entrance to Castle School (separate gates for boys and girls).
23-25 J.H.Welsh. - Picture Frame Manufacturer - This business was established in 1870 and traded from premises at 67 Castle Street prior to moving to Lower Castle Street. Goods sold included pictures, artists' materials, mirrors, wedding stationery and cake decorations. Upper floor:
Employment of Children Office (Bristol Education Committee).
27 Lunnons. - House Furnishers
F.G. Lunnon (probably the son of the owner of the business) was a professional violinist who became a conductor of the English Symphony Orchestra.
29 W.H. Stokes & Son. - Bootmakers
31 Bartlett & Co. - Warehouse
33 Harry Myers. - Tyre Factor
35 Castle Wall Garage. - Automobile Engineers (Proprietor: L.M. Walsh)
8 Walter George - Onion Oyster Bar
10-14 L.C. Darlington & Sons Ltd. - House Furnishers - This was one of three premises occupied by this company in Lower Castle Street (the others were at Nos 19 and 24).
16 Hodge, Jacques & Co. (Bristol) Ltd. - Engineers/Merchants
18 Bristol Loan Office (Proprietor: G.W. Olds) Premises had a live-in caretaker, Mrs K.J. Payne.
20 R.H. Priscott. - Billiard Rooms
These rooms had twenty-two tables and were connected with the billiard room in Castle Street.
22 Warriors Arms. - Public House Landlord: J.F. Bushnell.
24 L.C. Darlington & Sons Ltd. - House Furnishers - Also had premises at 10—14 and 19 Lower Castle Street. This building had a large clock on its outside wall, which had the letters 'L C DARLINGTON' in place of the usual numbers on its face.
26 Miss V.A. Leaker. - Dining Rooms
28 W.A. Seymour. - Lamp & Stove Factors
30 The Bristol Castle Press Ltd - Printers
32 Mrs F. Southcott. - Private House
34 C.A. Stokes & Co. Ltd. - Wholesale Perfumers - These premises were also known as the Eclipsol Laboratories and backed on to premises also used by Stokes at 6 Ellbroad Street. This was one of the trades well remembered because of their smell. Gentlemen would purchase a Brylcream-type hair product at this shop. The premises were destroyed in the blitz and the business reestablished itself across the road at Nos 31-35.
36 F. Kear. - Tinplate Worker
38 Mrs Sarah Hayball. - Sweets/Tobacconist
40 Rising Sun. - Public House
Landlord: J.G. Thomson Brewery: Georges Brewery A drinking establishment had been on this site since 1606 and the building that existed at the time of the blitz was built in 1906. The building was on the corner of Ellbroad Street and there-was a long narrow bar running along the Lower Castle Street side. The premises survived the blitz (the only building on this side of Lower Castle Street to do so) and continued to trade as a pub until 1954. It was later demolished to allow development ot the area.
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The National Indoor Arena or The NIA is a large indoor arena and is owned by the NEC Group. It is situated in central Birmingham, England and was opened in 1991, as the largest indoor arena at the time in the UK. The NIA hosts a range of events ranging from sporting events, to musical concerts, and has a capacity to seat up to 13,000 using both permanent seating and temporary seating configurations.
The NIA is located alongside the Birmingham Canal Navigations Main Line's Old Turn Junction and opposite the National Sea Life Centre in Brindleyplace. Close to the NIA, is The ICC which is also owned by the NEC Group.
The seating is arranged into upper-tier, lower-tier and flat floor seating sections. The lower-tier and flat floor sections are made up of removable seating whilst the upper-tier is made up of fixed seating. Areas for disabled visitors is provided between the upper-tier and lower-tier flooring, on the Atrium level.
Over the years it has hosted many notable events:
* 1993 and 2003 World Badminton Championships
* 1995 Netball World Championships
* 1998 Eurovision Song Contest
* 1999 World Judo Championships
* WWF Rebellion 1999
* 2003 IAAF World Indoor Championships
* Davis Cup tennis matches
* BBL Cup and BBL Finals Weekend matches
* Many basketball, powerlifting, table tennis, and wrestling competitions
* The British games company Games Workshop used the arena to stage their Games Day and Golden Demon events until 2003, when they moved to the larger National Exhibition Centre.
* The British Indoor Rowing Championships since 2000
* The Gladiators television programme from 1992 to 2000
* The All England Open Badminton Championships from 1994 to present day.
* WWE Raw on the Survivor Series 2005 Tour.
* WWE Raw, ECW and SmackDown television taping on 15 October and 16 October 2007
* 2007 European Athletics Indoor Championships
* Michael Flatley's Stage Show, Celtic Tiger
* UFC 89
The NIA has also hosted many music concerts including Bob Dylan (2009), Beyonce, Tina Turner, Fleetwood Mac, Nickelback, Celine Dion, Anastacia, The Prodigy, Christina Aguilera, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Britney Spears, Paul McCartney, Oasis, Chris Brown, Pussycat Dolls, Ne-Yo, Babyshambles, Coldplay, Gwen Stefani, Ocean Colour Scene, Green Day, Avril Lavigne, Velvet Revolver, Lostprophets, Pink, Destiny's Child, Kaiser Chiefs, The Osmonds, Girls Aloud, Elton John and The Stereophonics. In November 2006, Scissor Sisters announced on stage that they had broken the record for ticket sales at the National Indoor Arena as they played in their Tah-Dah tour. This record was broken in December 2008 by Kings of Leon, when they sold over 14,000 tickets for their concert in support of number 1 album Only by the Night. Also in 2009, Beyonce made her debut at the NIA with 1 date on 23 May and due to phenominal demand she added an extra date for 12 November; two dates for the Tina Turner, Tina!: 50th Anniversary Tour were added at the NIA due to phenomenal demand as well and Muse announced a concert there in support of The Resistance Tour.
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