Shipwrights Arms, 107 Albion Street, Southwick.
Blaster T. E. Morley.
The Shipwrights Arms was possibly built in 1867. The pub was demolished in the early 1960’s when the surrounding area was redeveloped to make way for a housing estate.
At nearby Shoreham Port, ship building had been a major activity since the 14th century when it supplied ships to Edward III for his fight against the French. It is said Charles I made his escape from Shoreham Port to France in 1651. The port was also one of the departure points for the D-day landings in Normandy in 1944.
In the late 1920’s, Blaster T. E. Morley was probably related to the landlord James Morley.