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  • Brook Inn - Brook Inn Name: Brook Inn Location: Redditch THE BROOK INN IS CURRENTLY CLOSED read more
  • The Feathers - Outside Name: The Feathers Location: Lichfield   read more
  • The George & Dragon - Name: The George & Dragon Location: Arundel The George & Dragon reputedly one of the oldest pubs in Sussex with parts dating back to the 13th century! It proudly boasts that King Charles II reputedly stopped here in 1651 when fleeing the country after his defeat at the Battle of Worcester.

    "The George & Dragon" has a wealth of charm & character. Nestling amongst the rolling hills of the Sussex Downs the pub garden has some of the most breathtaking views across the countryside.
    However it is conveniently located within easy reach of
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  • Golden Cross - Golden Cross Name: Golden Cross Location: Redditch Sue and Paul welcome you to The Golden Cross, a traditional community Inn operating
    excellence as standard.
    Our well established "Ye Olde Knights Carvery" serves three meats daily; Roast Beef, Roast Pork or Roast Turkey with Roast Lamb available on Sundays (Four Meats) for £6.99 per meal.
    A selection of locally produced fresh vegetables accompanied with a tasty gravy.

    We offer a vegetarian option with a vegetarian gravy to accompany the selection of freshly cooked vegetables by the carver
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  • Grey Bull - Name: Grey Bull Location: Bishop Auckland SUSPENDED DUE TO NON PAYMENT>

    Open every day from 12 noon, The Grey Bull is already rolling out a community programme, with local sports and quiz nights.


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  • Ivy House - Name: Ivy House Location: Walsall Hilary and Martin welcome you to The Ivy House.
    The Ivy House dates back to the 19th Century when it provided for the needs of the coal miners and canal workers of Newtown. It is first listed on the Ordnance Survey map of 1834. One of the first publicans, listed in the census of 1861 was David Collins who was also an iron puddler.
    On the old A34 route in the centre of Newtown, it is well situated and easy to locate. The building has a good sized car park to the side and a large beer garden. Wa
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  • Quarry Inn - Name: Quarry Inn Location: Wakefield The Quarry Inn is located in the beautiful town of Horbury with excellent clientle and warm, welcoming Licensees Debbie and Brendan
    With its excellent food that is second to none and accommodation available to those whom wish a longer stay makes the Quarry Inn very popular and inviting indeed.

    Horbury has many historic buildings and a sense of tradition runs deep through the village. Below are some of the famous places you could visit while in Horbury.

    St Peter's Church
    The Georgian chur
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  • Quarry Inn - Name: The Round Bush Inn Location: Maldon The Round Bush Inn at Maldon is not only a great Pub but also has a superb Cafe attached.

    * Fine food and real ales
    * pool room and darts board and family games
    * Spacious beer garden


    The Round Bush also has its very own cafe attached to the end of the pub which is open six days a week. The food served in in the cafe is of the highest quality and realistically priced.

    The pub has ample car parking nearby and a large beer garden situated adjacent to the cafe, in which chi
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  • Wheatsheaf - Wheatsheaf Evesham Name: Wheatsheaf Location: Evesham Welcome to The Wheatsheaf at Old Badsey near Evesham.

    The Inn sits at the centre of the village, in the Vale of Evesham, famous for its crops and market gardening. . Dating back to the 17th Century the beautiful historic building which was once a farm and a bakery, is now fully re-furnbished as a welcoming Pub and Restaurant.
    Our restaurant is tastefully furnished in a traditional country style to compliment the Cotswold Stone walls & open beams.
    We also own the other pub in Badsey - The
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  • The Black Horse - Name: The Black Horse Location: Chorley The Black Horse is located in the charming Lancashire village of Limbrick just to the south of Chorley. The pub is set in delightful rural surroundings with magnificent views of the Lancashire Moors. The pub is reputed to be the second oldest working tavern in the UK. The Black Horse is well known for it's excellent food and well kept ales and is well worth a visit, you may even see the resident ghost on one of it's frequent manifestations! read more

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