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Cheerio Cafe in Pease Pottage
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Cheerio Cafe in Pease Pottage

This is a sketch of the Cheerio Café in Pease Pottage by accomplished amateur artist and Handcross resident, Reg Green.
Ordinarily it would not be interesting as there are already photographs of the café on the website. However, on the right of the drawing can be seen a sort of al fresco bar to cater for the passing traffic on the busy A23, London to Brighton road, as it was then. No doubt the bar would have been very popular with exhausted cyclists heading to the coast having just cycled up Pease Pottage Hill.
Another view of the café can be seen at picture #1630. I had not realised that the shuttered building was part of the café!
The Large Version shows a close up.

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Picture added on 10 May 2017 at 14:59
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