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This study is ongoing and we welcome contributions, stories, pictures etc that will expand our knowledge and bring back memories of times past.
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WHITE HART - 121 MONTAGUE STREET 1835 to 1985
Up until 2013, this was the  only known surviving picture of the White Hart, conveniently positioned next to a fish & chip shop. It was situated at the north end of New Street. The site was rebuilt and is now a modern retail unit. No trace of the original building remains.

 

 

 

   
Yes, that is Kenny Ball from Kenny Ball and the Jazzmen, pictured here with Ken and Joyce Frampton, the Landlord and Landlady.

Below, two pictures of the 'Inland Revenue Boys' enjoying a pint or two. Are you there, can you name anyone? (sorry no prize, just happy memories)

Special thanks to David Frampton for these pictures.

   
   

On October 2013, we received a kind donation of 23 photographs from a private collection by Derek Reeves, featuring the inside of the pub and the people who frequented it.

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

 

Are you there?
Can you name anyone?
Can you add to this collection?

Jimmy@worthingpubs.com

 

Known landlords

1839
1839 - James Penfold
1856 - 1878 - Felix Cooper
1890 - Mrs S Brenchley
1899 - William Richard Heiford
1905 JGH Wallace
1915 - 1938 - Edward Brackley

1958 - 1974 Ken & Joyce Frampton (confirmed David Frampton)
1985 - Linda Burling
Closed (1984)