Welcome to The Chequers pub

The Chequers was present in Walthamstow as early as 1699, when it acted as a courtroom and meeting place. It was quickly rebuilt after being destroyed by fire in 1791. In the early 1900s its courtyard was once used as a soup kitchen. These days it’s perfectly happy just being a pub, serving the good people of Walthamstow a wide selection of drinks and delicious food, with the courtyard serving as a beer garden.

Have a look under the map for up-coming events…

Bookings

We can reserve you a table for your sit-down meal or a larger area for your party. Please use this form or, if you’d prefer, contact us at info@chequerse17.com or call 020 8503 6401 to make a reservation.

Getting Here

Underground: Walthamstow Central Overground: Walthamstow Queen’s Road Busses: W15, W19, 212, 230, 275, 58

204 Ferndale Rd, Brixton SW9 8AG

Access alternatives

Prior to arriving at The Premises, and preferably a few days before arriving at The Premises, customers should email info@chequerse17.com to enquire about the following:

The Manager will use their best efforts to ensure that whenever people with disabilities are present at The Premises, adequate arrangements are made to ensure their safe evacuation in the event of an emergency, and that they are made aware of these arrangements.

Events

Halloween

We’re hosting a beastly E17 Halloween house party at Chequers on Friday 31st October. Join us for a spoooooktacular screening, in terrorvision! of Wes Craven’s 1984 slasher film A Nightmare On Elm Street, free creepy cocktails for those in fancy dress and DJs spinning electro shocks and ghoulish glam from the vampirish vaults of vinyl!
Booking for the screening is advised via info@chequerse17.com

….it’s gonna be DEAD GOOD!!

Chequers Halloween 2014

FarmDrop

Every Wed in the barn from 6.30-8.30pm.

FarmDrop made its E17 debut here and has been a great success, providing fresh produce to customers at a fair rate to farmers and suppliers. Companies providing their wares have included Wildes Cheese in Tottenham, Sole Share (fish brought in straight from the fishermen’s boats), and Chegworth Valley (award-winning farm pressed apples and fruit juices).

More info on the FarmDrop website.