Honest JohnSouth Park Street
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Former labour exchange built in the 1950s and was converted into a pub in 1977 by Stewart Stacy. It became the first freehouse in Chatteris. The name came from Stewart Stacey's father, who was known for setting honest prices at local auctions and became known as Honest John. Has been in the same family since 1987. Bar billiards. The walls are adorned with old photos and the landlord's artwork is also on display. Greene King beers. Monthly folk music sessions.