Probably the most popular, if not the most famous of the many inns which adjoined the markets, the Jolly Fisherman was an early 19 century house. By special licence it was allowed to open at 4 am for the benefit of those working at the fruit and vegetable market.
Date of photographs unknown – probably 1938.

Image Reference: JG_09_011.tif
Date: c.1938
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 141x203
Place: Brighton
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