Raising a glass to 50 Chesterfield lost pubs where last orders have been called forever

You’re never short of somewhere to go for a pint or pinot in Chesterfield today – but it’s incredible just how many pubs, bars and watering holes are no longer with us.

According to the Lost Pubs Project, there are well over 100 drinking establishments across the borough that are no longer with us.

Some like Gardeners and the Crispin will be familiar names to drinkers of a certain generation, others like the Mallet and Tool or the Old Ship pulled their last pint over 100 years ago.

Here we look back at some of the Chesterfield pubs that have fallen by the wayside. Some have undergone revamps and rebrands and are still serving loyal customers, just under a different name. Others have sadly called time at the bar forever. Many have been knocked down to make way for development, others have been converted into shops or flats.

They may be gone, but they’re not forgotten, as we raise a glass to these lost pubs of Chesterfield..

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