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Star & Garter, Chichester, Sussex

Picture source: David Fisher


 
The Star & Garter was situated at 89 St Pancras. A Hentys pub from 1855 to 1955, then a Whitbread tied house. Now in residential use.
Source: William Roberts
 
I believe this pub was across the road from the Red Lion and had an entrance through the big gates to the right hand side which you could get to the back room of the pub. If so, we used to go through this way and get served even though we were slightly underage.
KHS (September 2011)
 
I am the daughter of the last publican in The Star & Garter. We were there for the first 16 yrs of my life.
I remember Friary Meux sign before it was Ind Coupe. Inside we had a long public bar, red and light grey tiled floor. Round tables to the side and a fruit machine. A paraffin heater and night lights were used in the 70's power cuts. A dart room, with a juke box and a pin table. A saloon bar. This was where people had their breakfast. Each Goodwood season, barmaids would stay here for bed and breakfast. Also a jug and bottle.
Behind the large gates was a very small gravel car park.
Camilla Shergold (January 2016)
 

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