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The Beacon, Hayes - pub details

Address: 18 Farleigh Av, Hayes, Bromley, Kent, BR2 7PP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23668) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hayes - Kent (0.6 miles), West Wickham (1.2 miles), Bromley South (1.3 miles)

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Pickhurst Tavern, West Wickham (0.4 miles), George, Hayes (0.4 miles), New Inn, Hayes (0.6 miles), Tigers Head, Bromley (1.0 miles), Bricklayers Arms, Bromley (1.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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I lived in mounthurst rd in the 50s & 60s & remember the pub but was to young to use it, as most of the estate was built in the early 50s i do remember playing on the site where the pub was to be built which I think was around 1960, I did use the beacon a few times in the 70s when I was visiting the area & do remember it was an ok basic pub that even then was a bit run down, shame to see thats it's gone.
philjesop - 10 Aug 2011 00:32
My parents owned the Beacon in the 70's - 80's .. and my dad was the big irish guy called Pat (he was actually American from New York) haha.
great pub, loved living there as a kid.. went back quite a few times and it was still a lovely pub.
Was gutted to find out it had been demolished. Sad news but still have the memories..
Magicofkarma - 12 Feb 2011 20:29
CLOSED - went past on the weekend and it's all boarded up with planning notice for property development.
juliatheakston - 17 Sep 2010 13:52
I was inexplicably unaware of this pub's existence despite having lived 10-15 mins away for the best part of 25 years; had never seen it mentioned online and only found it via a random Google Maps "pub" search. Was surprised to find a fairly large pub (two bars) in a suburban Hayes estate. Only one ale on (a reasonable London Pride), darts, pool and a good jukebox. The service was also welcoming and friendly, though not sure if this was the same barmaid noted by pubcollector!
Dartitis - 26 Mar 2008 14:53
Grew up in this pub, perfect 70's council estate local. Popped in a year ago, nothing changed. Friendly warm local watering hole. Never a problem. The sort of pub where on Sunday lunch you can drink with your dad,son and grandad and no one would look out of place. Miss the Sunday night "Drum & Piano" but that was a long time ago.....Long may it run. Not sure who the manager is now but some great ones in the past. Great big Irish bloke called Pat, Billy Forsythe to name a couple. Drunk there from the age of 14 , carried me dad home twice too
anonymous - 25 Mar 2006 02:12

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