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Life Bar 1, Three Bridges - pub details

Previously called: The Maid of Sussex

Life Bar 1
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Address: 89 Gales Drive, Three Bridges, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 1QA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7261) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Three Bridges (0.5 miles), Crawley (0.8 miles), Ifield (2 miles)

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Moonraker, Three Bridges (0.3 miles), Plough, Three Bridges (0.3 miles), Snooty Fox, Three Bridges (0.5 miles), Black Dog, Northgate (0.5 miles), Old Punch Bowl, Crawley (0.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Quite simply...DREADFUL!
creepycrawley - 11 May 2010 04:31
Not any more my friend.Maid pub sign gone.Some kind of wine bar full of the type who would not know a glass of wine if it bit them.

oldandmild - 16 Jun 2009 07:17
Aah, the good old Maid of Sussex! Popped in there the other day after purchasing some new stocks from the 'Cabin Wool Shop', just next door to the off licence, fancying a pint of 'Directors' after all that haggling over Mohair and Alpaca! The Directors was in fine form, pulled by the ever reliable 'Big Colin' (although I must say, how he manages to climb down to the cellar is a mystery to me!). The public bar was lively enough, darts being played in the central area and various good denizens of Three Bridges chatting away. Fancying another, I slipped round to the Saloon Bar (avoiding the eye of Old Carney as I committed treason in his eye by going to the 'House of Lords!). Another pint of Directors ordered i slipped through the doors into the snug area, ordered some of Ita's excelent sheperds pie and settled down with the Telegraph. All in all an excellent pub and the off licence (served via the Public Bar) is great for a few carry outs.
NB Don't forget to stock up from the fishmongers just outside the offie - one of the best in Crawley!
FFrederickSkitty - 11 Jul 2008 16:31
This is NO LONGER A PUB,but an Airport Departure Lounge,i live 2 Minutes away from this Joint,and The Place is Practically Always Empty,all the Old Regulars now Drink in the Plough in Three Bridges.This Excuse for a Bar should be relocated to Crawley Town Centre.I am Afraid that Mr.Beer Monster is Talking out of His Bum.Its People like Him that are Destroying the Traditional English Pub,Shame on Him and His KInd
PBI - 27 Mar 2008 18:44
Thank god this place has completely changed. Could a pub get any more dire than it was? to quote an earlier entry "This Pub has now been Re furbished into a Yuppy Type Wine Bar/internet Cafe cum Resteraunt called Life Bar 1.No Real Ales on Sale,No Pool Tables,No Dart Board,No Juke Box.You are not allowed in if you are wearing either jeans or Trainers." Oh dear what a loss!! Its now classy, trendy and modern with a great selections of beers. And ofcourse its now normally full... the only thing that's missing are the chavs - shame. Well done guys - you've really turned this dire old pub stuck in an 80's time warp into something worth visiting. Great - lets have a few more makeovers in Crawley.
JohnTheBeerMonster - 26 Mar 2008 12:25

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