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Harvey's at The Arms

On 20 Apr 2007 at 3:18pm feline wrote:
Greene King have just announced that Harvey's will be returning to the Arms next week. Will be ready for supping next Thursday!!
Congratulations to everyone involved in this magnificant campaign! Now for the Phoenix development......
On 20 Apr 2007 at 3:20pm ExiledfromLewes wrote:
Rejoice. Well Done
On 20 Apr 2007 at 4:13pm Andy wrote:
Fantastic stuff....will be popping in to sample some of the amber nectar and to welcome it back
On 21 Apr 2007 at 5:04am SHS wrote:
As a reluctantly-rare visitor to pubs I will nevertheless go out of my way to drink a pint or two of Harveys in the Arms. Those that fought for this and won, should indeed be congratulated and remembered.
On 21 Apr 2007 at 2:34pm The Webmaster wrote:
Congratulations to all concerned and thanks to Greene King for finally seeing sense.
On 22 Apr 2007 at 3:57pm Harveys rep wrote:
Don't rejoice too much. They.ve only ordered 2 barrels
On 22 Apr 2007 at 10:17pm i hate lewes wrote:
y couldn't you just drink somewhere else anyway? the only good reason for going in the lewes arms is to look at the blonde bird who works behind the bar!
On 23 Apr 2007 at 11:04am lopster wrote:
there's always pea-related sporting events to support and it is after all a great pub with real games, good food and somewhere you can actually have a chat without being drowned out by background electronic noises
On 23 Apr 2007 at 11:28am ExiledfromLewes wrote:

Ok. I'll have a half than when i get back, still well done to all those involved in the campaign.

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