Women at the Wicket: A History of Women's Cricket in Interwar England. Written by Adam McKie
Sussex pub history index
Cuckfield, in 1918, is a union town and parish, pleasantly situated on an eminence in
the centre of the county and about 2 miles west from the London and Brighton
railway station at Haywards Heath, 14 miles from Brighton, 39 miles from
London, 10 south-east from Horsham and 14 north-west from Lewes.
The town is lighted with gas from works established in 1861, and water from Balcombe.
The population in 1911, including 19 officers and 187 inmates in the poor law institution was 1,899 in the civil and 2,678 in the ecclesiastical parish.
Public Houses included the Green Cross Inn, Kings Head Hotel, Kings Head Tap, Rose & Crown, Ship Inn, Talbot Hotel, Talbot Tap, Wheatsheaf and the White Hart Inn.
A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Sussex. The Sussex listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.
|Kings Head Hotel, South Street, Cuckfield, Sussex||Yes||Yes|
|Kings Head Tap, South Street, Cuckfield, Sussex||No||Yes|
|Rose & Crown, High Street, Cuckfield, Sussex||Yes||Yes|
|Ship Inn, Whitemans Green, Cuckfield, Sussex||Yes||Yes|
|Talbot Hotel, High Street, Cuckfield, Haywards Heath||Yes||Yes|
|Talbot Tap, High Street, Cuckfield, Sussex||No||Yes|
|Wheatsheaf, Broad Street, Cuckfield, Sussex||Yes||Yes|
|White Hart Inn, South Street, Cuckfield, Sussex||Yes||Yes|