Pub

When the Lions Roar! Publican of the Kings Arms Okehampton pens football anthem for EURO 2020

Tenant, Rob Bass, of the Kings Arms Okehampton has rewritten his hit anthem for this year’s EUROS. The 2018 World Cup song, “When the Lions Roar!”, has been given a timely update with a new intro and final verse, to support England’s inspiring EURO 2020 campaign.

Credited to The Kings Arms Collective (KAC), the lyrics were written by Rob himself, and then produced by Richard Brown,...

Devon Air Ambulance begins work to convert former St Marychurch pub 

The Snooty Fox is being converted into a new charity shop

Life saving charity, Devon Air Ambulance (DAA) has recently taken ownership of a lease for the premises previously trading as The Snooty Fox pub in St. Marychurch. Works are about to commence to convert the property into a new charity shop bringing the total number of DAA high street shops to 19.

Following over a century long...

Brook Inn stays connected to local community with virtual pub and takeaway meals

Local pub, the Brook Inn, Plympton, has been supporting its local community during the pandemic by launching ‘The Virtual Brook Inn’ for customers as well as working with Plympton Team Ministry to fulfil its food takeaway service.

The news, which comes after the Government requested the closure of all pubs, with the exception of those offering takeaway services, clearly demonstrates...

Woolfardisworthy pub among the winners of CAMRA’s Pub Design Awards

The Farmers Arms in Woolfardisworthy, Devon is one of two pubs that has won the 'Refurbishment Award' in CAMRA’s prestigious Pub Design Awards.

The award, held in conjunction with Historic England, celebrate exceptional pubs across the country that have undergone conversion or conservation work, or are newly built. It shares the Refurbishment Award category with the Peterborough Arms...

Poldark Harbour opens to the public

On 17 April The Grayhound tall ship, will visit the historic port of Charlestown, to celebrate the opening of the harbour to the general public for the very first time, the return of trade to the historic port and a unique port collaboration.

Charlestown Harbour is a beautiful well-preserved 18th century trade port which has become globally famous as the nautical backdrop to some of...

Doggy doodles at the Millbrook Inn

Learn how to sketch your dogs and then enjoy a delicious lunch at the Millbrook Inn on Friday, January 29 with renowned South Hams-based artist John Ashton.

Coffee and biscuits at 9.30am will start the day off and then John will demonstrate how to sketch pictures of your dog from photographs. He will also give tips on how to take great pictures with a camera.

John, who lives at...

Thatch fire warning after Devon pub blaze

Firefighters have issued a warning to owners of thatched properties.

The warning comes following a fire which destroyed the Ring of Bells pub in North Bovey yesterday (Wednesday 13 January).

Ten fire engines attended the incident and fire crews worked throughout the night to extinguish the blaze and prevent it from spreading to nearby thatched properties. A crew is still at the...

Man assaulted outside Plympton pub

Police are appealing for information after a man was assaulted in Plympton as he left the pub.

On Friday 17 July between 9.30pm and 10.30pm, a 38-year-old man was assaulted outside the Joshua Reynolds Inn, in the Ridgeway area.

The victim was attacked as he left the pub following an argument in the car park next to the Co-operative store.

He was punched in the face and...

Police appeal after garage burglary

Police are appealing for witnesses following a burglary at the rear garage of the Foresters Arms public house, situated on Fore Street, Plympton St Maurice in Plymouth.

It is believed that the burglary took place at between 3.20am-4.30am on Saturday 28th March.

The garage is accessed via a small rear lane and was rented to a local carpenter who used it to store tools and power...

Do you recognise this woman?

The young woman shown in the attached image is being sought by police as they believe she may have witnessed an assault involving two females in the Two Trees pub on Union Street in Plymouth.

The incident took place at around 2.25am on Sunday 15 March.

If anyone recognises this person or you believe it may be you and you were in the Two Trees pub in the early hours of Sunday...

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