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Hasting and Area, Past and Present… The Pump House in 1978. “Tasty Pub Grub”. I remember the Hott Stuff takeaway. They did some fantastic battered mushrooms . Big apologies to Lloyds Bank next door, whose night safe deposit box was often the recipient of discarded chip bags! We can also see the pub sign for The Anchor, a charity shop and Len Butlers Emporium.
Alan Esdaile… I forgot about Lloyds Bank being in George Street!
Danielle Reed… I knew there was a bank there had a discussion about this a few years ago mystery solved lol
Wendy Weaver… Love the Citroen parked in front
Ken Wilson… Seems odd now that we were able to drive and park there
Pauline Sims… Brings back some interesting memories, mostly good ones of happy times!
Bob Searle… Lovely times
Malcolm McDonald… Wasn’t that pub built and made to look old was it a lifeboat house or something before it was built?
John Wilde… Malcolm, built 1929 in the Tudor style
Chris Fitzgerald… The hot stuff shop was a juke box shop in 78. I used to get old Juke box records from there.
David Kent… Nice to see Woody Allen and Sean Connery holidaying together in Hastings.
Alan Wood… When I ventured out to Hastings this was the first pub I had to pay over a £ for a pint ,a shock I can still remember
Chris Baker… I lived at “Showstopper” at No 7. I remember Len and Harold Butler ran separate (Near identical) shops a few doors apart. I wonder if Harry Reynolds, who lived about Harold Butler’s, can tell us what happened?
Peter Houghton… I remember when you used to Drive and Park downtown George Street The Street seems to be narrower now
Rod Rolfe… I think the pump house used to be a shoe shop,my mum used to work there as a cleaner when it first opened,I think the landlord was Jack Griffen