The Tower, Redhill - pub details
Previously called: The Dog and Duck
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1966) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Live music, Sky TV, Jukebox
- Dartboard, Fruit machines, Quiz machines
- Food served, Real ale, Cocktails
- Outside seating, Children allowed, Late licence, Credit cards accepted, Accommodation available, Wireless internet access, Disabled access
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|Yes, saw something in the publicans' press about Wetherspoon's interest - for a Lloyds outlet. Makes sense in view of existing entertainment licences, and the demise of the only nightclub in the area.|
Could be acquired cheaply and JDW often have more than one unit in the same location. Two in Worthing - across the road from each other. I - for one - hope JDW come in again - as the other pubs are dire.
tradervic - 28 Dec 2016 18:14
|Interesting weald. |
Yes the Wetherspoon (Sun) has taken 90% of Redhill's pub business.
I'm told they're looking at this venue, at the other end of the long High Street.
Big enough premises - and ticks a lot of 'spoon' boxes.
Like near a station and McDonald's.
brewmason - 22 Dec 2016 18:09
|Can't see this place opening before Christmas, or ever.|
Over the years, there have been several reincarnations/new names/management and themes - all failed.
Because so many Redhill pubs have closed, it has become a Wetherspoon zone - with The Sun as the only decent pub.
With an enormous turnover, and no real competition.
wealdman - 13 Dec 2016 17:50
|Now seems permanently closed.|
brewmason - 17 Oct 2016 08:09
|Heard there's been licence problems, and that's why the pub is closed.|
Very capable no-nonsense governor in charge, during recent months.
The best for a very long time; hopefully, he can sort matters out.
wealdman - 5 Oct 2016 13:22
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