The Beer Garden
The story of the Little Windsor
The Little Windsor is situated at the eastern corner of the T-junction of Myrtle and Greyhound Roads, having been was built at the end of the 1800s as a public house serving the local community. This part of East Sutton, known as New Town contains a high number of churches and public houses, which possibly says something about the tastes and habits of folk in London and it's suburbs generally at that time.
One pub at the junction of Greyhound and Lind Roads took it's name from the area, The New Town, that is now a block of flats,
13 Greyhound Road Sutton Surrey SM1 4BY
TEL: 020 8643 2574
Televised Football and Rugby games
The Little Windsor shows a full itinerary of International Rugby, Premier League, Cup, European and International football games.These games may be subject to change according to Government Health Guidelines.
Click this panel to view the dedicated TV Football Page.
The History of Sutton from British History Online (a 1797 extract)
The name of Sutton, i.e. South-town, is common to many places in all parts of England, also Sudtone or Suthtone. This village is situated upon the road to Reigate, about eleven miles from Westminster Bridge. The parish lies in the hundred of Wallington, and is bounded by Carshalton towards the east; Morden towards the north; towards the west, by Cheam; and to the south, by Banstead.
Little Windsor Offers:
£2 off a 4 pint jug of any draught beer or Lager and 5 bottles for the price of 4
Buy a bucket of bottled Budweiser or Becks, 5 bottles for the price of 4
Buy a bottle of wine for the price of 2 large glasses