We all have that one favourite place to eat, drink and hang out with friends or family.

And a lot of the time it’s at a good old pub – revelling in atmosphere, good alcohol and grub.

But, as with anything, pubs don’t last forever and we’ve seen plenty of out with the old and in with the new around the area.

We asked News Shopper readers which closed down pubs they missed the most, and here’s our list of the most popular ones:

The Rising Sun, Elmer’s End

The Director General, Woolwich

The Dover Patrol, Kidbrooke

Jolly Farmers, Crayford

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Sir John Morden, Lewisham

Coach and Horses, Blackheath Hill

The Dartmouth, Catford

The Queen’s Arms, Hither Green

The Plough and Harrow, Catford

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Townhouse, Bromley

Prince of Wales, Erith

Boundary, Erith

The Drayman, Bexleyheath

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Pheasant, Erith

The Royal Bell, Bromley

Rat and Parrot, Bexleyheath

Gin Palace, Old Kent Road

The Harrow, Erith

Do you have some good memories in these good old venues?

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