Eastbourne’s closed pubs – see what’s happened to town’s lost watering holes

Eastbourne has seen many pubs come and go over the decades with recent years seeing a number call last orders for the final time.

Wednesday, 6th March 2019, 10:37 am
Updated Wednesday, 6th March 2019, 11:40 am
Roselands Club in Seaside in the Archery area SUS-190603-111636001
Roselands Club in Seaside in the Archery area SUS-190603-111636001

Here, we take a look at some of those that have shut their doors which have sadly closed down in Eastbourne in the last 20 years.

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The Archery Tavern in Seaside was a popular pub before becoming The Castle Restaurant and later being demolished to make way for a convenience store and flats SUS-190603-111451001
The Drive public house in Victoria Drive was converted into a Sainsbury's store SUS-190603-111502001
The Ocean Wave in Latimer Road closed down and is now a block of residential flats SUS-190603-111523001
The Lodge in Seaside has been knocked down and planning permission has been granted for new homes on the site SUS-190603-111513001
The Waverley in Ashford Road shut its doors and is now a children's nursery SUS-190603-111533001
The Black Horse in Seaside on the corner of Leslie Street was converted into flats SUS-190603-111553001
The Beach Tavern in Pevensey Bay closed and may be turned into flats SUS-190603-111603001
The Parkfield public house Hampden Park was demolished to make way for a Co-op store SUS-190603-111615001
The Rose and Crown in Langney Road closed and went on to become Bar Coda SUS-190603-111626001