The Havelock Arms
2 Bonemill Lane, Fatfield, Washington, Tyne and Wear
An early proprietor, ‘Long John’, was a very tall man and given to wearing highly embroidered waistcoats. Since he died many years ago, , witnesses see him, as a ghost haunting the Havelock Arms. He is wearing his splendid waistcoat, with accompanied by a small child. The pub name is after General Sir Henry Havelock, of the Indian Mutiny in 1857, who was responsible for the relief of Luck now.