Bohemia Road

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Bohemia Road
Other Names
Former name(s)Spittleman's Down[Notes 1]
Part ofA21
Junctions
JunctionsLondon Road
North Road
Upper Park Road
Lower South Road
Upper South Road
Tower Road
Newgate Road
Salisbury Road
St Pauls Road
Cornfield Terrace
Chapel Park Road
Church Road
De Cham Road
Hornyte Park
Magdalen Road
Falaise Road
Johns Place
White Rock Road
Construction
Inauguration1849
Landmarks
Places of WorshipSt Leonards-on-Sea Methodist Church
Public HousesWheatsheaf Inn, 172
Bricklayers Arms, 132
Hearts of Oak, 116
Prince of Wales, 84
The Bohemia Arms, 76

The road was dedicated in 1849[1]. When Bohemia Road was widened in 1924, the last buildings associated with Bohemia Farm were demolished and the pond filled.[2] This road was renumbered during 1902.[3].

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Name Street No From To
Banks Butchers
Bohemia Bookshop 114-116 1970 1970
Bohemia Electric Theatre 60
Home and Colonial Stores 102 1915 1969
Hurst View 1903 1903
Wards 81 1950
Wheatsheaf Inn 172

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  1. The portion between Chapel Park Road and Tower Road