The Grenadier is a Hailsham landmark, found beside the Tesco's superstore.
Among its claims to fame is the phenomenal achievement of raising over £500,000 to fund no less than 106 guide dogs for the blind over the last 30 years.
A friendly pub with poker leagues, shove halfpenny and darts teams.
Originally built in 1890, a distinctive frontage was added in 1910 including the 'Private Bar', 'Public Bar' and 'Saloon Bar' in stone relief above the ground floor windows. The present public bar on the left is a combination of the private and public bars. The original bar back and bar counter remain but the latter has fresh panels on the front. To the right there is what looks like an off sales door with a " " panel on the door that leads into this very small room. The bar counter is the original with replacement front panels that match the dado panelling on the walls and is dated to the 1960s, some of which has covered up an old fireplace. This room has been combined with a former sitting room at the rear where there is a small hatch/doorway for service.