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Where to watch the Queen’s funeral in the SW

Monday is going to be a heavy day. Gather with your community in one of these local watering holes and raise a glass to the Queen.

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The Duke Of Edinburgh, Brixton

The pub will be opening early on Monday to show the funeral to the local community. They’ll have their doors open by 11am so you can settle in for the funeral proceedings.


The Livelihood Pub Group, South West

All of the Livelihood pubs are opening on Monday. They’ll be showing the funeral and serving their roasts all day within their Sunday hours (10am-10pm). But they want to make it clear that there is no pressure to buy any food or drinks- their doors are open to anyone who wants to pay their respects alongside their local community. Pubs included are: The Perky Nel, Clapham South and The Regent, Balham.


The Graveney and Meadow, Tooting

The Graveney and Meadow are opening on Monday from 10am until 4pm, where they will be serving food and showing the funeral and coverage from 11am. Here’s what they’ve said regarding the Queen’s passing: “We have absolutely no doubt that Her Majesty would have wished us to do as she redoubtably did, by stoically keeping calm and carrying on, and so we respectfully and courteously remain at your service and offer our very best wishes to you and yours.”


The Rose & Crown, Clapham

Opening their doors earlier than usual, the Rose & Crown will be televising the funeral and serving a comforting roast alongside it between 12-8pm.


The Manor, Tooting

The Manor will be opening from 11am and will be serving their brunch menu until 3pm.


The Antelope, Tooting

Opening at 10.30am and serving roasts throughout the day. They’ll also be running their pub quiz as usual at 8pm that evening, perfect if you are in need of a little light relief and some time with your mates after a heavy day.


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