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Pubs on Christmas Day

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On 24 Dec 2014 at 10:25am huw wrote:
Normally by now someone has asked what pubs are open on Christmas Day.
This year I guess I might as well start off:
The Elephant and Castle is open from 12-2.30ish with the amazing Denzil Jones doing his annual bar shift/one man panto behind the bar giving away port and mince pies.
I assume, as usual, the lovely Kathy and co at the Brewers will be welcoming people in lunchtime and evening (hopefully with a break to enjoy their own meal).
The wonderful Alec at the Lamb has opened lunchtimes and evening too over the past few years.
I can't vouch for the others so maybe someone else can help out so that we have a comprehensive list of where to go on Christmas Day.
In the meantime, hope you all have a Merry Christmas!
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On 24 Dec 2014 at 4:53pm Sussex Jim wrote:
The Brewers will be open 12-2; and again in the evening, as I heard from the lovely Kathy earlier today. What a good traditional pub.
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On 24 Dec 2014 at 5:11pm Bevi or 2 wrote:
The Tally Ho will be open from 12-3pm. Good time had by all in past years x
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On 24 Dec 2014 at 5:22pm Lewes Working MenCkubs wrote:
Hello, and a Merry Christmas to all. Lewes Working Men's Club is Open on Christmas day from 12 until 2pm. If you fancy a nice pint of Harvey's Best or Old, A game of snooker, toads, table football, pool, chess, Jenga, and you more you are more than welcome. We are next door to the Esso garage.
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On 24 Dec 2014 at 5:57pm biggles wrote:
the pub on christmas day!!
get a life.
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On 24 Dec 2014 at 7:34pm Lamblord wrote:
I'm closed at lunchtime because I'll be in the Elly!
The Lamb is open from 5pm til about 10.30/11
Happy Christmas All.
Whether it be at home (with family/friends) or in a pub (with friends/family!) - Seasonal love to you all (except the racists!) x
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On 24 Dec 2014 at 7:52pm huw wrote:
Sorry Alec, my mistake.
I'll see you tomorrow lunchtime for a shandy or two.
Not sure why Biggles thinks it such a terrible thing to go to the local hostelry on Christmas day. It's a grand tradition where you can meet up with friends and family and take a break from sitting indoors, gorging yourself. Why not give it a try Flight Lieutenant Humbug, you might just like it.
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On 24 Dec 2014 at 11:27pm Old Bloke wrote:
Lamb landlord - oh dear.
Unnecessary comment tagged on the end. Pub to avoid in case of preaching from behind the bar.
The Toynbee set will be hot footing it there
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On 25 Dec 2014 at 12:03am Not him again wrote:
Go away
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On 25 Dec 2014 at 7:38am Earl of Lewes wrote:
Biggles - you tw*t - for all those people who live alone or aren't seeing anyone today, spending a few hours in the pub on Christmas Day is getting a life.


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