Your bike and a pub.

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Oldhippy

Oldhippy

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The Coppers Arms, built in the reign of Richard 1, 1189-1199. Originally thought to be used and inhabited by the monks of nearby St Andrews priory who brewed renowned ales and wine.
 
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The Command House, once a Armaments Storekeepers house and the became Officer housing. Built around 1719. It used to do good live music but has become a younger people's rowdy pub I believe.
Where is it?
Very impressive looking pub, though those steps must surely see a few victims after folk have had a few.
 
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Oldhippy

Oldhippy

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I can highly recommend Chatham Dockyard for a visit.
 
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London
Not maybe the best time to start such a thread oldhippy, but one/two from me - longshot with bike somewhat hidden in the corner/close up - to keep it ticking over.

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Man in the Wall Wimborne Minster on a nice sunny trip between lockdowns.
Nice pub - very accommodating to cyclists - they buzzed me in the back-way to the yard when I had problems with the Georgian front door and didn't fancy unpacking my bike.
Disappointing beer range for a spoons when I was there but can't have everything.
 
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Penny Black Northwich.
Apologies, bike non too clear - towards the left locked to the railings with luggage next to it - I suppose I thought the fine pub more interesting.
Taken a few days before the first lockdown - on the way to catch a train - my usual conservative journey timings meant that I was forced to sit in here drinking several fine pints.
 
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