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Photograph of the Duke of Wellington
Image reproduced with permission from Brighton History Centre
Photograph of the Duke of Wellington, 2004
Photo by Mike Snewin

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  • My great grandfather George Henry Lever and his wife Maud ran this pub in the early 1930’s.

    By Gill Bradshaw (29/03/2008)
  • This pub was closed for two months in January and February 2006 for a comprehensive refurbishment. It now has a garden area and a number of advanced energy saving initiatives.

    By Martin Donovan (09/01/2009)
  • It was announced in the Argus this week (w/e. Sun.27/02/11) that Barbara, the former landlady, had passed away. I have used the ‘Wellie’ a lot through the years and remember her as very cheerful person- a great licensee!

    By Richard J. Szypulski (27/02/2011)
  • My Nan Lottie Gilbert ran the pub with Sid in the mid 60s, there used to be a film studio nearby and some of the actors would drink there.

    By Theresa Puddephatt-Jones (24/01/2013)
  • This was my mother-in-law’s pub for many years, many a happy day spent there. Her final night there was one of the best party nights ever. She was a wonderful lady missed by us all. RIP Mum xx

    By Diane White (05/10/2013)
  • There’s now a history page on the Duke of Wellington website:

    We would welcome more information and photos!

    PS And please let us know if we’ve got anything wrong.

    By Bertie (DoW landlord since 2014) (24/01/2018)

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