WINCHESTER has many quaint and quirky pubs all over the city.

However there are many no longer standing.

The Hampshire Chronicle recently asked readers their most missed locals.

In a Facebook call out, the Chronicle asked readers to comment, and many shared the same views, with the Prince of Wales, South Western, Mash Tun and Blue Dolphin being the most missed.

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Below is a full list of Winchester pubs that were most missed:

The Prince of Wales

The South Western

The Lunways Inn

The Mash Tun

India Arms

White Horse, Cannon Street

The Yew Tree

The Green Man

Heart in Hand

The Dolphin

The Talbot

Ray Rolph wrote: "The Dolphin, the first with so many friends and lovers in the 1980s", while Mary Christine Horbus wrote: "Definitely the South Western. Especially when Sandie ran it. Omg, that woman was a hilarious - the trouble her, heather Tyler and myself got into when we were out on the town with her. Great Great Memories."

Tommy Cox wrote: "Would of loved to take my children to the Lunways Inn on the old Basingstoke Road I know it's long gone but was a amazing pub."


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