South east London boasts some of the capital's best-loved pubs.

But it has not been exempt from the sweep of pubs closing across the UK over the last decade.

According to the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), 378 pubs across England, Scotland and Wales closed between July and December in 2018 - which works out to 14 every week.

But which pubs in Lewisham have been closed down and replaced during the last decade? News Shopper takes a look at some of Lewisham's lost pubs.

The Woodman, 181 Lee High Road: This little boozer closed in 2012 and is now the site of a plumbing shop.

Albertines, 237 Lewisham Way: Albertines closed to the public in 2014 after a fire believed to have been started in a cannabis factory.

Goose on the Green, 167 Rushey Green: This pub in the centre of Catford has had many faces over the years, with its current front being its most colourful. It recently reopened as Ninth Life, painted in a beautiful mural

The Green Man, Bromley Road: Although this site has not been a functioning pub since 2003, it was not demolished until 2011, when it was finally replaced with a credit union and community centre

Rutland Arms, 55 Perry Hill: The Rutland Arms closed its doors in 2006 and was later converted into flats

The Tiger's Head, 350 Bromley Road: Just a few yards away from the old site of The Green Man once stood The Tiger's Head, which is now a block of flats after it stopped trading in 2006.

Deptford Arms, 52 Deptford High Street: This boozer on a corner of the High Street closed its doors to punters in 2010. It has been replaced by a betting shop

Rising Sun, 88 Rushey Green: Tucked away between taller buildings in Rushey Green, the Rising Sun was closed in 2006 and has been replaced with a block of flats

The Harp, 2-4 New King Street: The Harp was still trading up until 2014 but eventually closed its doors. It is now home to an estate agents.

The Osborne Arms, 14 New King Street: The Osborne Arms closed its doors in 2010 and is now home to a charity called Jessica's Heart.