Sort file:- Milton Regis, September, 2022.

Page Updated:- Friday, 09 September, 2022.


Earliest 1881-

White Horse

Open 2020+

84 Charlotte Street

Milton Regis

01795 424451

White Horse 2005

Above photo 23rd May 2005.


I have also seen this pub addressed as in Sittingbourne.


As the information is found or sent to me, including photographs, it will be shown here.

Thanks for your co-operation.


From the Daily Herald, Monday, 16 January, 1933.

Dictated Telephone Call Before Being Drowned.

A mysterious telephone summons, dictated by a brother-in-law, who was later found drowned, was described by a woman at the Rochester (Kent) inquest on him.

The dead man was Harry Jull, aged 68, licensee of the "White Horse Inn," Milton Regis, Sittingbourne, whose body was found in the Medway last Thursday after he had been missing since December 19th.

Mrs. Milne, of Kennington, S.E., said that on the morning of December 19 she received the telephone call to go to Sittingbourne at once.

The voice was not that of her brother-in-law, but she heard him dictating the message. She went to Sittingbourne where her sister, Mrs. Jull, was surprised to see her, remarking, "It's not Christmas yet."

After a day or so Mrs. Jull became uneasy at her husband's absence and informed the police.

An open verdict was returned.


Chatham News, Friday 14th April 1939.

Licences Confirmed.

The East Kent Confirming Authority at Canterbury on Thursday confirmed the Licensing Justices grants of wine on licences for the "Railway Arch," Sittingbourne, the "White Horse," Milton Regis, and the "Brown Jug," Upchurch, to which there was no opposition.


East Kent Gazette, Saturday 25 January 1946.

Licences Transferred.

At the Petty sessions on Monday the following licences were transferred:-

"White Horse," Charlotte Street, from Lawrence T Price to Edward Hall.


From the By Megan Carr, 30 January 2020.

Brexit Day celebrations in Kent.

After three long years of Brexit, the UK will finally be leaving the European Union tomorrow.

While it's not the outcome everyone wanted, for some it is an occasion worth celebrating. So, whether you rooted leave from the start or are just happy it's all over, here's where you can mark the historic day.

In Sittingbourne, Debbie Pettit, the landlady of the White Horse pub in Charlotte Street, Sittingbourne, said there would be a "bit of a knees-up" from 7.30pm onwards.

"The whole pub will be decked out in bunting," she said. "A few of us are dressing up. A couple of the lads will be in Union Flag suits. It'll be a bit like VE Day."

Simon and Debbie Pettit 2020

Simon and Debbie Pettit who run The White Horse, Charlotte Street, Sittingbourne.

She stressed that they were definitely not against anyone who voted Remain, adding: "We just wanted to take back control. Hopefully now people will pull together."



STEVENS Thomas 1881+ (also Blacksmith age 32 in 1881Census)

JULL Henry 1922-Jan/33 dec'd

KEREN G E 1938+

PRICE Lawrence T to Jan/1946 East Kent Gazette

HALL Edward Jan/1946+ East Kent Gazette

PETTIT Simon & Debbie 2020+


East Kent GazetteEast Kent Gazette


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