old photos of Fernhurst, Sussex - click image below to return
Spread Eagle Hotel, Fernhurst, Sussex, - c.1950, Ashley RP Series, postcard used 1953 - Ref- 305 - click image below to return
The man shown to the left is Harry Standing. Employed as a lengthsman for the council, he was responsible for cleaning the road from the top of Fridays Hill to Cooksbridge.
He lived at Lower Nappers farm, where he ran a herd of dairy cows. Information from Colin Lambert, with our thanks.
For obvious reasons, looking at the pub sign, the local nickname for the Spread Eagle was the 'Splattered Pigeon'.
A286,  Fernhurst, Sussex - click image to return
A286, Fernhurst, Sussex - Google Street View, Agust 2016 - Ref- 305a - click image to return
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