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Address: 246 Woolwich Road, Charlton, London, London, SE7 7QU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32073) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Westcombe Park (0.3 miles), Charlton (0.4 miles), Maze Hill (1 mile)

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other pubs nearby:

Rose of Denmark, Charlton (0.2 miles), Antigallican, Charlton (0.3 miles), Angerstein, Greenwich (0.3 miles), Anchor and Hope, Charlton (0.6 miles), Duchess, Greenwich (0.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of the Pickwick, Charlton

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Uninviting exterior (why are nearly all the windows painted out in white gloss?) leads to a surprisingly polished, clean interior. Pretty bare decoratively, but good to see there is pride in the presentation. Four very shiny handpumps, sadly bereft of beer.
Friendly landlady.
curioushistory - 4 May 2011 00:20
Although this pub has been knocked through to make it one room it still retains a 1970s boozer feel which is right up my street. I think that it even has rooms upstairs that the local workmen stay in during the week.

I thought that the landlady was nice enough and although there are four unused hand pumps there is a decent standard draught selection and my pint of Guinness was spot on.

I spotted a TV, a plasma screen and a projector screen for the showing of Sky Sports and there is also a pool table and a nicely laid out dartboard on a small stage area at the front of the pub.

I liked it in here and would gladly return.
Strongers - 11 Nov 2009 11:10
Went here last Saturday. Good place to watch the scores come in. Welcoming staff.
ShelfStacker - 12 Aug 2009 14:22
Ever since we started to boycott the nearby Rose of Denmark for slamming their door in our faces after a Charlton game a couple of years back, we have occasionally found refuge in the Pickwick. In an area of relatively poor pubs, one could be forgiven for giving the Pickwick a wide berth. The rather cavernous interior has been knocked into 1 large room with high ceilings propped up by a couple of large pillars but little in the way of aesthetic value. Whilst it is very much a rough and ready localís pub, it has always been very accommodating to our small group and when the other pubs are packed, the Pickwick is a welcome relief from the crowds. The Big Screen & well postioned plasmas are perfect for catching up with the post match results and stories. A pool table dominates one end (they appear to run a pretty successful pool team) and there is a raised darts area in one corner plus the usual run of quiz and fruit machines dotted about. The drinks are fairly mainstream and, sadly, the only mention of a Real Ale is on the Courage Best mirror although it must be said, this is not a great area for Ale drinkers to start with. To be honest, apart from its welcoming nature, there isnít a lot here to lure one off the beaten path but the place has been accommodating to us on many occasions where other local pubs have let us down and that is a very big plus point.
RogerB - 22 Sep 2008 16:17

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