et in the picturesque village of Burpham in the South Downs
National Park, just over two miles from Arundel, The George
at Burpham is a traditional 17th century country pub which has been providing warm hospitality to villagers and visitors for over 300 years.
Following refurbishment in 2013, the pub now has an inviting contemporary interior and serves seasonal, locally-sourced, freshly-cooked food with fine ales, wines and spirits. This pub, now locally owned, aims to live up to the ambition . . "By the locals, for the locals, of the locals - and a very warm welcome to everyone" . . including muddy-booted walkers and well-behaved dogs!
It seems that our efforts are being recognised not only by our customers' feedback but also by Sawday's bestowing us with a 'Community Pub Award'. We have also been included in the current AA Guide and Michelin 'Eating Out in Pubs' guide - and, based on customers' reviews, TripAdvisor have now awarded us their 'Certificate of Excellence' for five years running.
In 2015 we won the award for Sussex Life's 'Best Community Pub' category. Last year we were nominated and made it to the final three in their awards
for the 'Best Pub in Sussex 2016'.
Part of our purpose, being at the centre of the community, is to use our position to raise money for local charities. In our first year we raised over £2,000 for Chestnut Tree House; last year we raised over £7,000 for our local charities. In 2016 we added The Lavinia Norfolk Centre at Angmering School, and our hope is to expand our fundraising success even further this year.
Jason, our general manager, and his team look forward to welcoming you here at The George in the near future!
Having received TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence for
five years in a row, we are now
in their Hall of Fame!
Sawdays awarded us a Community Pub Award in 2014/15 - read more
This year we are supporting
our local charities through an optional 50p donation per table. Last year we raised over £7,000 for these local charities, and we plan to do even better this year - see the next few slides for more details. . .
Based in the Chichester area,
Sussex Snowdrop Trust provides
'Care at Home' for local children who have a life-threatening illness or who may be terminally ill.
The purpose of FoBC is to raise funds for the physical up-keep of the fabric of Burpham Church, which dates to before the 11th C and is undergoing major refurbishment to the tower
. . . read more
IASIS is a Brighton-based charity
run by doctors living in this
village which provides medical assistance worldwide to people marginalised either as a result of conflict, poverty or remoteness.
Home-Start is an Arundel-based charity which believes the best start in life for a child begins at home with the family.
Supporting all the students in
The Angmering School, The Lavinia Norfolk Centre is a Specialist Support Facility primarily for students with a physical, medical or sensory impairment - read more
Each year we plan to host a gala
'Charity Evening' to help raise
more funds for our selected
charities and would welcome
any donations of raffle prizes
- please leave them at the bar.
Your generosity is appreciated.
See our entry in the new 2018 Michelin 'Eating out in Pubs' Guide
Please take note that from 1st July, we will once again be open on Sunday evenings.
So please book up early as this has always been a very popular time to round off the weekend in style!
One of our great assets is the sizeable car park just past the pub, next door to the cricket field and pavilion.
We encourage everyone to use this rather than parking on the street.
World Cup Quarter finals
The glorious England team take on Sweden this Saturday 7th July 2018
and the kick-off is at 3pm. As usual we will be showing this match on our
bar's drop-down screen with sound discretely low - unless we're winning!