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Submitted on Wednesday, 15th July 2020
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The Oak Inn in Ledbury

Despite the rather plain whitewashed façade, this has a very traditional and well furnished interior. This features the bar directly opposite the entrance, with a side room to the left, a compact lounge to the right and a dining room behind this. Pleasant beer garden out back. Pedigree, Wye Valley Bitter and Dr Rudi's Extra Pale from Ludlow (£3.70, and in excellent form) available from three of the four handpumps.
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6th Aug 2020, 19:54
Request to mark pub as closed by ROB Camra approved
6th Aug 2020, 19:54
Request to mark pub as closed submitted by ROB Camra, with included notes: Other: Closed, future uncertain
6th Aug 2020, 19:46
Request to mark pub as closed by ROB Camra approved
6th Aug 2020, 19:46
Request to mark pub as closed submitted by ROB Camra, with included notes: Other: Up for lease with Star Pubs
6th Aug 2020, 19:46
Request to mark pub as open by ROB Camra approved

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The Anchor Inn in Stirling
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submitted by Walter Dunlop at 16:08 on 06 August
The Woodman in Ware
A classic village pub,there is a pleasing front garden with benches either side of the path to the front door.To the left is a charming ,small public bar which is more like a snug with it's own bar access.The lounge on the right isn't much larger but the building has been extended to the side and rear meaning that down a step there is corridor seating,while at the rear is a restaurant.
The good sized rear pub garden has a childs play area at the far end.The Covid arrangements are well done with proper track & trace details taken.Food is thai orientated but only available in the evenings Wed to Saturday.
On the ale front Greene King IPA and Abbott will always be available but thankfully guests are also carried which meant a very well kept pint of Tring Fanny Ebbs on my lunchtime visit.
In normal times the pub is at the heart of village life,it's well worth a trip to see some good original features and enjoy the warm welcome.
by Bucking Fastard at 17:08 on 06 August
I didn’t do a preview of August when I summed up July. Mainly because Mum was poorly and it looked like all bets were off, but also because I hadn’t even thought about it. In fact, until my Sis asked me about a trip down to Helston this week I ....
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Tanfield Lea Working Men's Club in Stanley
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Tanfield Lea
Postal town: Stanley

submitted by Blue Scrumpy
[QUOTE=Spinko;110922]The supposed uptick in 'cases' is just due to more random testing and the vast majority have no symptoms. [/QUOTE] [QUOTE=sheffield hatter;110925]... the fact that the majority of people with the disease were asymptomatic shows what we're up against. People who thought they were in perfect health were actually spreading the virus to their family, friends and people down the pub.[/QUOTE] The other thing about asymptomatic spreaders is that if people routinely ignore the distancing regime and gather together in large crowds, the virus is going to get passed around more and more. The more contacts you meet, the more chance there is that you'll pick up a critical viral load, and the more chance there is that your immune system won't be able to deal with it. I'm not sure how many of the so-called random tests Spinko refers to have taken place - my understanding was that anyone with symptoms can request a test, but only medical staff were being routinely tested. If that is right, but those tests are stopped for whatever reason, then medical staff who have the virus but are not showing symptoms, instead of self-isolating, will be going back onto wards where they can pass on the virus to others. Up to now, I have been going back to pubs on the basis that people are being careful to keep themselves, other pub goers and pub workers safe. I haven't seen any careless pubgoers, apart from that one half-hour in Ramsbottom(#47), and even that wasn't exactly like a Roman orgy. Hopefully I'm going to the right sort of pubs. If those pubs start to be invaded by people who think it's all been a bit overblown and it's about time everyone had a really good night out, perhaps I'll need to think again.
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