Ray Barry… Remember it well,a Merrydown cider and bottle Brown Ale 2/10d. Circa 1963/4
Patricia Burgess… Ray, OMG haven’t heard the name Merrydown for at least 45 years loved that cider. Is it still made.
Ray Barry… Patricia, No the brewery closed some few years ago and is now a housing estate in Horam
Tony Court-holmes… Ray, my mum june used to drink that in The Anchor back in the 60s
Paul Reed… Is that street still there today or did it disappear if thats st Clements church in photo.Did I hear that area suffered bomb damage as well.?
Lynda Whatley… yes that is St Clements Church and the area was suffered bomb damage – and the church suffered too . My mother and myself posed for the local artist – when the church window over the alter was commissioned .
Ray Barry… The street is still there but the pub has long gone and is now a house. A pub round the corner called The Swan got bombed during the Second World War.
Graham Mccallion… I remember those days
John Wilde… I lived in Hill street during the late 70s and it was long gone
Jacqueline Marsh… I went to school just behind this pub
Monica Bane… My Wedding breakfast there In 1960!
Tony Court-holmes… drank in that pub
Tony Collins… Whether true or not but I did hear that at one side of the top window of the Church is a cannonball fired from an enemy ship and the other one is made or stone to balance it up. If you look carefully one is rusted and the other is grey. Can anyone confirm this?
Roger Simmonds… Tony, Yes there is a cannon ball in the wall!
Roger Simmonds… I also used to drink in there in 1964!
Janet Mournard Russell… Used to go there often.
Mick Barrow… The Kicking Donkey kicked the hole in the wall, i think Ron French was the landlord