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Sir Timothy Shelley

47 Chapel Road
BN11 1EG

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This pub is permanently closed.

About the Pub

This Wetherspoons pub is in the town centre and was once a carpet shop. Sir Timothy was the son of Sir Bysshe Shelley and the father of renowned romantic poet and dramatist Percy Bysshe There is one long bar and plenty of seating, including a conservatory area. The usual Wetherspoon fare is on offer. There is a dart board in it.

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Sir Timothy Shelley, Worthing

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Sir Timothy Shelley

47 Chapel Road
BN11 1EG

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50.813013, -0.370854

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