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Cheerio Cafe, Pease Pottage
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Cheerio Cafe, Pease Pottage

One attraction for us teenagers of the 1950s was that the Cheerio Café had a jukebox. Indeed, during the 24 hour walk for the Scouts hiking badge, a fellow scout and I walked from Handcross to Staplefield and, after staying one night in a tent, we eventually arrived in Pease Pottage for the short walk home to Handcross. Realising that we were ahead of schedule, we adjourned to the café for a couple of hours listening to the jukebox. No Woodbines, though. Needless to say, we chose to omit the café stop from our log.
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