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Landmark Manchester pub is being demolished TODAY after blaze ripped through building

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A landmark south Manchester pub known for its iconic Lemn Sissay poem painted on the wall is set to be demolished TODAY. It comes after a fire tore through the derelict building earlier this week.

Fire crews were called to Hardy's Well pub on the corner of Wilmslow Road and Dickenson Road at around 11.45pm on Wednesday (May 24).

Firefighters worked to make the site safe but the owners of the beloved building say the situation is 'out of their control'.

The owner of the iconic pub told the Manchester Evening News he had tried 'as hard as we can' to make the site safe, adding he was 'very upset' by the demolition. READ MORE: Join the FREE Manchester Evening News WhatsApp community In 2015, Rusholme & Fallowfield Civic Society successfully applied for the 200 year-old building, named after Hardy’s, the Hulme-based Crown Brewery, to be listed as an Asset of Community Value.

Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk
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