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Address: Elliscombe Road, Charlton, London, SE7 7PF [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Charlton (0.3 miles), Westcombe Park (0.7 miles), Woolwich Dockyard (1.2 miles)

> Current user rating: 3.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of the Valley, Charlton

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Planning application in to Greenwich council to demolish for flats. Not a very nice pub but still looks like another sad statistic in the serial destruction of pubs by propery developers.
pubinspector - 22 Aug 2006 13:06
Not the most visually stunning pub you will ever come across. In fact, unless you know its here you wouldnt come across it at all. More functional than fashionable, this concrete block serves the local estate and whilst friendly enough inside when we visited prior to a Charlton match, there really isnt much here to attract anyone beyond the local neighbourhood. The interior is very dated and unimaginative with modern brickwork, uninspiring decor and plastic flowers to give it that extra touch of cheapness. A small raised area in the corner presumably hosts live entertainment / DJs and there are a couple of large TVs generally tuned to sport including one in a separate pool room area. It is far enough away from the football ground to lose the crowds on match day and this is probably the biggest plus. They offer a disappointing range of standard mainstream beers / lagers and have no ales. I am not sure I would want to be here on a Saturday night given the local area but it does cater for a pre-match pint and any pint is welcome after the steep climb up the hill from the station. There are a few benches on the beer patio (for want of a better word) but not the most attractive vista. The Valley is probably best left for the locals.
RogerB - 9 Feb 2006 09:37

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