The Old Bull
Located between the village green and the parish church, this 16th-century half-timbered pub is steeped in history and charm. It is believed to have once served the renowned playwright, William Shakespeare. The pub's interior boasts two Inglenook fireplaces, open beams, roof trusses, and a flagstone floor, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. It is rumored to be the inspiration for the Bull in the popular radio drama, The Archers. The walls are decorated with photographs and memorabilia, adding to the pub's rich character. The pub offers three regular beers on hand pull, ensuring a refreshing drink is always available. Additionally, food is served daily, making it a convenient spot for both locals and visitors.
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