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 Belle Isle in Chapel Street shut suddenly on April 10, 2019 despite a sign that said it would be reopening soon.

1. The Belle Isle

The Belle Isle in Chapel Street shut suddenly on April 10, 2019 despite a sign that said it would be reopening soon.
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The Bull Inn closed in 2015. A sign has since been put up outside for restaurant use. Google Street View. SUS-190318-175121001

2. The Bull Inn

The Bull Inn closed in 2015. A sign has since been put up outside for restaurant use. Google Street View. SUS-190318-175121001
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The Bush was situated at 16 The Hornet. Since its closure in 2012, it has been used as a sewing shop called Clothkits. Google Street View. SUS-190318-175302001

3. The Bush

The Bush was situated at 16 The Hornet. Since its closure in 2012, it has been used as a sewing shop called Clothkits. Google Street View. SUS-190318-175302001
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The Chequers pub, which was situated in Oving Road, closed in 2012 following a fire. It has now been demolished. SUS-190318-175312001

4. The Chequers

The Chequers pub, which was situated in Oving Road, closed in 2012 following a fire. It has now been demolished. SUS-190318-175312001
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