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The Causeway, Earlswood [Closed] - pub details

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Address: 1 Horley Road, Earlswood, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 5AL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14530) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Salfords (1 mile), Earlswood - Surrey (1 mile), Redhill (1.9 miles)

> Current user rating: 3.6/10 (rated by 7 users)
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Almost 5 years on from it's demolition and it is still a deralict site with fencing around it.

Makes you wonder how the pubco's make any money with development sites of 1 acre plus just left lying like a wasteland.
kevmac - 22 Aug 2011 21:41
Rumours abound about this pub's future - assumptions have been made that it is to be torn down and replaced by housing, and indeed the hoardings have already been put up, after the manager and staff were reportedly forced out with very short notice and a police escort in September.
However, I suspect that for now that is nmore to keep the vandals out. I understand that its owner, the unremarkable and pedestrian pubco known as Mill House Inns (no relation to the Mill House down the road) were bought by the ever-greedy and ubiquitous Punch Taverns last month for 164m. The plan is to re-launch all their houses under 3 of Punch's existing brands, including the pseudo and entirely uninspiring "Chef & Brewer" label. As yet Punch haven't announced that any ex-Mill House pubs are to be sold, so it seems that officially at least, the Causeway's future is on hold. Nevertheless, if there is a local developer pushing hard enough for demolition they may decide it's more lucrative to sell than re-open. Time will tell.
Personally I hated the place and won't miss it, although as a nearby resident I'd rather have a pub than boxes of "affordable" flats or whatever. It was a working-class, family-orientated bar and restaurant serving cheap and nasty food and poorly-kept ale.
But, lest we forget, it was many people's local, and it served a community which will otherwise be bereft of a local boozer. Not to everyone's taste, but with a limited market around the area for a quality pub to appeal to the really discerning types, this sort of place was very relevant and served a clear purpose.
TWG - 12 Oct 2006 13:17
Hooray the grat publican in the sky has seen the sense to knock this vermin filled boozer down RIP
scooterroy - 26 Sep 2006 17:22
The Causeway pub is a friendly pub ,has friendly and sociable staff.I always dine their with my family.My kids enjoy the playden and my wife sings every Sat night.The Causeway has been our local for years
scobbydoo - 13 Apr 2006 20:23
I regularly visit this pub.I enjoy their food and their playden is great for kids.The karaoke nights on Sat nights are the best in the area
scobbydoo - 9 Apr 2006 03:09

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