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Half Moon, Warninglid
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Half Moon, Warninglid

The Half Moon in the heart of Warninglid is an 18th century listed building with unusual brick-shaped stones, with red brick quoins. The last century has seen several exterior changes but the pub still looks very appealing to locals and travellers alike. Windows on the ground floor have been added or enlarged, and a door has replaced the window on the left. The picket fence and the free-standing pub sign have been removed providing a couple of additional parking spaces. A swinging pub sign is now fixed to the wall. The chimney on the left has been removed and a replacement has been built on the side facing Cuckfield Lane. The advertising sign promoting “Celebrated Steyning Ales Stouts Spirits” has been replaced by the simple “The Half Moon – Free House”. The bicycle has a delivery basket on the front but the owner is not to be seen!
Picture added on 22 June 2012 at 09:21
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