Reopened on 21st December, as part of the EI Offshoot the Craft Union Pub Company which focuses on locals pub with sport and entertainment being the main drivers. Indeed the pub remains primarily focussed as a Sports Bar. Very cheap beer but no real ale
Napiers, Ash Vale
the pub closed last September but the tenancy is mentioned on Punch’s Website as being available soon.
Hart House, Fleet
A new pub is planned for Fleet. The former Harwoods wine bar closed in 2004, being converted to Ask Italian Restaurant. However, plans are now well advanced for reopening as a pub in late February 2018, with 4 real ales available.
Bel & the Dragon, Godalming
This cafe bar restaurant situated in a converted seventeenth century Congregational church closed on 2nd January. The owners citing the inability to provide accommodation combined with a lack of car parking and a general downturn in trade over the previous 12 months.
A planing application has been submitted to develop the Anchor as housing but retaining the pub on the ground floor.
Cherry Tree, Rowledge
Waverley BC have approved the planning application to convert the pub to housing, despite an outstanding Asset of Community Value application they considered this was not a material planning consideration. In terms of the loss of the pub they agreed there had been insufficient information provided to demonstrate it was was not viable but nevertheless concluded that as there were other pubs in the area, there was no loss in amenity.
White Lyon & Dragon, Worplesdon
the pub closed in early October and is now boarded up, though the tenancy is available on the EI Group Website.
Planning permission to convert the pub into flats has been approved and work on the conversion has already commenced.
No real ale. Closed at the end of August and has already vanished from the Popworld website, so little chance of it re-opening under the old ownership of Stonegate.
A planning application has been submitted to develop the Villagers, Blackheath as a public house with two dwellings, which is being driven by the local community to try to bring forward a viable scheme to reopen the pub. A project we hope is successful
A planning application to convert the pub/club into a children’s gym has been approved by Waverley Borough Council.
Red Lion, Chobham
Identified as a pub for sale following the Heineken takeover of Punch
The Asset of Community Value award approved by Woking Borough Council in July is now being reviewed following an objection from a potential developer
Duke of Normandy, Normandy
A planning application has been submitted to demolish the pub, which has been closed for a number of years, and erect 3 houses on the site. There are no other potential community facilities in the village so CAMRA will be objecting.
Birch & Pines, Sheerwater
A planning application has been submitted demolish this pub which closed in April. This is part of a major housing and retail development on this are of Woking and it is anticipated that a replacement pub or similar facilities will be provided as part of the new development.
Rat & Parrot, Woking
A planning application has also been submitted to demolish the pub and build flats. The pub has been closed for many years and is in a poor state of repair.
Royal Staff, Aldershot
The pub has now been sold by Fuller’s to a private owner and remains open under new management
Black Horse/Spice Merchant, Crookham Village
After 6 months of closure the Black Horse reopened on 18th August as the Spice merchant. Four cask ales were available on the opening night; namely Hogs Back Tea, Twickenham Naked Ladies, Adnams Broadside and Flack Manor Double Drop
Closed due to a serious electrical fault, but shows no sign of reopening.
Royal Staff, Aldershot
The Asset of Community Value submitted by the Save Our Staff has been approved by Rushmoor BC. The pub remains open, trading and for sale.
Sarsen Stones, Farnborough
a brand new food-led pub has been opened by Marston’s in the western suburbs of Farnborough.
Waverley Arms, Farnham
A planning application to convert the pub into a nursery has been submitted. CAMRA has objected to this on the basis of a lack of evidence put forward by the applicant to substantiate their argument that the pub is unviable.
Reopened as an Ember Inns following a substantive refurbishment, and an increase in the range of beers available.
Opened a new bar, called the Stable Bar, in the pub garden selling a range of ciders, differing from those in the main bar, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Cricketers/Black Bison, Guildford
The pub reopened on 23rd June.
Cherry Tree, Rowledge
The pub remains closed and a planning application seeking conversion to offices with withdrawn. The local community continue to see if they can put a realistic bid together to buy the pub and save it for the village.
Dog & Partridge, Yateley
the pub is now serving a local guest beer