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Blue Bell – Albert Street
The Blue Bell Inn was built in the mid 19th Century and was sited on what was previously called Blue Bell Row. A friendly welcome is always assured at this sociable local. The Blue Bell Inn stocks a wide range of beer, wine and spirits and hosts darts, pool and domino teams and they have a large screen TV showing sports events. Their Sunday Lunches are legendary in the local area and are served from 12 til 3pm
Telephone: 01665 710431
Angie’s Tavern – Queen Street
A lively bar which shows live football and racing on a big screen. A wide selection of beer, wine, spirits and shots are stocked and discos are held every Friday and Saturday nights and on bank holidays.
Telephone: 01665 713160
Built in 1837, as part of the planned development of the town, the Waterloo was named in honour of Troop Sergeant Major William Perrie, father of the first publican (also called William Perrie) who served in the 2nd Dragoons at the Battle of Waterloo.
The Waterloo is a friendly popular pub and serves a wide range of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails and also holds a range of regular entertainment events.
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