The Fox Inn

Address: 
Waterloo Rd, Bognor Regis PO22 7EH
Description: 
The Fox Inn is a traditional English Village pub with a secluded beer garden, a great choice of real ales and traditional pub food. Hidden down a country lane and only 150 yards from the beach, its oak paneled bars are covered in old pictures of village life and news cuttings.
Images: 
A plaque commemorating the fact that the painter George Morland painted a picture of a ship on the wall of the Fox Inn in lieu of rent.
The Old thatched Fox Inn was completely destroyed by fire in 1946
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5 Feb 2000 to 28 Feb 2015
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A time between 2000 and 2015
19 Feb 2013
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20 Feb 1910 to 20 Feb 1960
Early Fox Inn
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  • February 2013 - February 2013

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  • February 2000 - February 2015

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  • February 1910 - February 1960

    Early Fox Inn

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Comments

I remember when the Fox had both Public and a Saloon bars. Plus there was an Off licence' in the middle. Glenn Powell