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Submitted on Wednesday, 26th April 2017
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Tally Ho Inn in Craven Arms

I turned up at 10 to three last Friday but the place was closed. I had busted a gut to get here before closing time, so stopped in the car park for a drink of water from the bottle on my bike. Two minutes later a delivery lorry turned up and started unloading barrels and crates, which they took round the back of the pub, so there was definitely someone there, but they apparently chose not to stick to their advertised hours. This is a pity, as they might have got a decent review. Now they'll have to put up with this instead.
Reviewed by Will Larter

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27th Apr 2017, 06:41
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