Chichester's closed pubs.  SUS-190318-200531001

Chichester’s closed pubs – see what happened to city’s lost watering holes

Have you ever wondered what happened to the Chichester pubs that have come and gone over the decades?

Here, we take a look at some of those that have shut their doors and see what became of the once-loved locals. Let us know if we have missed any out.

The Wheatsheaf was situated at 80 North Street. This pub was closed in the 1950s. You will now know it as Robert Dyas. Google Street View. SUS-190318-175442001

13. Wheatsheaf

The Wheatsheaf was situated at 80 North Street. This pub was closed in the 1950s. You will now know it as Robert Dyas. Google Street View. SUS-190318-175442001
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BEFORE: The Globe Hotel in Southgate dating back to around the 1920s. SUS-190318-175352001

14. The Globe

BEFORE: The Globe Hotel in Southgate dating back to around the 1920s. SUS-190318-175352001
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AFTER: The Globe is now known as the Foundry. Google Street View. SUS-190318-175342001
AFTER: The Globe is now known as the Foundry. Google Street View. SUS-190318-175342001
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The Mitre pub was situated on Oliver Whitby Road and is now used as a Co-op convenience store. Google Street View SUS-190318-175412001

16. The Mitre

The Mitre pub was situated on Oliver Whitby Road and is now used as a Co-op convenience store. Google Street View SUS-190318-175412001
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