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White Hart

 

 


 

The White Hart was situated on that 70 High Street. This pub was present by 1730 and rebuilt in 1898. It was once owned by the actor David Garrick and was known as the Six Bells until 1780. Dickens used this inn as the venue where Bill Sykes and Oliver Twist took refreshment prior to a burglary in Chertsey. It closed in 2003 and was converted to flats in the following year.
 

Source: Steve Cargill

 

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