530 Bexhill Road, West St Leonards, St. Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex, TN38 8AY
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An admirable pub, just a short walk away from the seaside

Perhaps one of the most famous associations with The Bull Inn was that of the Amsterdam, the Dutch East Indiaman bound for Batavia, that ran aground in 1748. During the days that followed this incident the Bull Inn almost certainly played host to the investigators of the wreck and to those charged with protecting its valuable cargoes.

Also it is said that in the eastern part of the old pub, John Keats sat and did his writing while looking out to sea. Part of the pub was used as a court house and in the basement under the bar were the cells where condemned prisoners were held before hanging at Gallows Hill, which is now called Gally Hill.

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Beer Day Britain 2018

Happening on 15/06/2018 [Expired]

Friday 15th June marks the annual celebration of the nation's best-loved bevvy - real ale! So why not come down and join us in raising a glass of the good stuff and say #CheersToBeer!

World's Biggest Pub Quiz

Published on 13/02/2017 [Expired]

At the beginning of March, Pub Aid is bringing the UK pub industry together with the World's Biggest Pub Quiz to raise money for great causes, with hundreds of pubs involved nationally.

And we are part of this great event so come and take part and help us raise money for Prostate Cancer UK,…

The World's Biggest Pub Quiz

Happening on 05/03/2017 [Expired]

The Big Weekend has arrived - join us in the World's Biggest Pub Quiz on Sunday at 7.30pm and be part of this massive fund raising event for hundreds of charities throughout the UK.

Organised by Pubaid, in partnership with Prostate Cancer UK, hundreds of pubs will be participating…