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    Lancing is alright. Moved there about 8 months ago now and it does what it needs to do, it's more the people which give Lancing a bad name. For example the woman who's so fat goes around on her mobility scooter, fag in her mouth taking her boy off to school, leaves a little to be desired.

    Been in the Railway (Monk) several times, admittedly not realising that it had anything to do with Palace, probably too young to remember it being a proper dump. But the food in there is pretty decent and seems relatively ok. Went in the Farmers for the first time a couple of weeks ago and seemed ok, albeit I was a bit pissed at the time, but came out with all limbs attached.

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      Come on people, this is BHA territory, let's not be slagging off our own 'manor'
      True. Have lived in Lancing nearly 40 yrs. Of course it has changed as have a lot of other towns and cities over the years and sometimes not for the best.
      Best bet for a decent drink in Lancing. The Stanley Ale house. North road north of the station.
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      [QUOTE=Drpepper;8057873]Most people who slate Lancing do not actually live in Lancing, it really isnt a bad place to live. Your going to get rough/ clicky pubs where ever you go and where else can you walk from the seafront to the downs in 20 mintutes[/QUOTE]

      Shoreham. But anyway I like Lancing, it's a bit of an inbetween town but it's not without it's merits.
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      Be nice to Lancing, as others have said, it's always been hardcore Albion through and through. On that score, shocked to hear The Monk / Railway is now Palace! Many a time that pub saw off the likes of Pompey, Southampton, Bournemouth who were daft enough to get off for a pre-match ruck there (they had to close the whole railway line before a Southampton FA Cup game as Lancing's finest ran the Scummers along the tracks).

      When I was growing up in Lancing it was always the 3 Horseshoes for me. Now The Stanley or Crabtree when I visit. The Spitfire Bar in The Crabtree is good if you fancy a quieter pint btw. Only been in The Farmers once in the last few years and it was dire. Interestingly, when my grandparents retired to Lancing from London it was the place to go, had a very good rep. The 3 Horseshoes / New Sussex is ok but again not a patch on the pub it was in the 80's and 90's when Dave was running it. Back then it was the place to go all night on Friday and before you went to Worthing or Brighton on a Saturday. I even got my leg smashed to bits playing for their Sunday football team. End of a very (un)promising career!
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      Is the British Legion club any good these days? My late father used to drink in the Legion and occasionally the Empire club.
      I went in the Legion a few times with him but this was over 20 years ago.
      Don't very often visit,only party's if I'm honest
      WITH THE LADS IN WEST STAND UPPER,IM GOING NOWHERE
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      No empire is a friendly club for all ages including family,as many have said on here,the people that slagged of lancing are outsiders,and if you can name me a town as big as lancing I'm pretty sure I could find a rough ish pub.
      Plenty of bha too,and I don't mean jcls,proper lads that have supported them home and away through the shit times,so Deffo albion territory
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      No empire is a friendly club for all ages including family,as many have said on here,the people that slagged of lancing are outsiders,and if you can name me a town as big as lancing I'm pretty sure I could find a rough ish pub.
      Plenty of bha too,and I don't mean jcls,proper lads that have supported them home and away through the shit times,so Deffo albion territory
      Type of people that slag off Lancing probably haven't lived there, we get the same about Newhaven.
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      I lived there and still have family there..... Farmers, Monk and Crabtree have always been rough..... Empire even rougher.... 3 horseshoes was up and down.... the only proper pub which wasn't full of hooligans, was the Britannia, now a Harvester.

      The Balltree and the Whippet were also rough.

      Stanley is just passable, but does have good ales.

      (I use their traditional names of course...)

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      I lived there and still have family there..... Farmers, Monk and Crabtree have always been rough..... Empire even rougher.... 3 horseshoes was up and down.... the only proper pub which wasn't full of hooligans, was the Britannia, now a Harvester.

      The Balltree and the Whippet were also rough.

      Stanley is just passable, but does have good ales.

      (I use their traditional names of course...)

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      my cousin was the landlord at the balltree for 3 years.....
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