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Suffolk Gazette moves corporate HQ

The Suffolk Gazette moves to new corporate HQ at The Greyhound pub in Ipswich

The Newcastle Arms

The Newcastle Arms

Farmer's Boy Pub, outside of London in   Hertfordshire

Farmer's Boy Pub, outside of London in Hertfordshire - What an adorable building!

The King Charles Pub, Thames Street, Poole, Dorset, England.  The pub dates back to 1765 but the building itself dates back to the 1300s when it was a woolhouse.  It was named after King Charles of France not of England. Photo: flickr.com/photos/ell-r-brown

The King Charles Pub, Thames Street, Poole, Dorset, England. The pub dates back to 1765 but the building itself dates back to the 1300s when it was a woolhouse. It was named after King Charles of France not of England. Photo: flickr.com/photos/ell-r-brown

Jamaica Wine House, St Michael’s Alley, EC3  As one of the oldest parts of London, the Square Mile acts like a labyrinth of alley ways, many of which harbour some of the oldest drinking holes around. St Michael’s Alley is one of the prettier. The pub door sits very closely to a blue plaque which reads, ‘Here stood the first London Coffee house at the sign of the Pasqual Rosee’s Head 1652.’ The original coffee house was a favourite haunt of Samuel Pepys

Jamaica Wine House, St Michael’s Alley, . As one of the oldest parts of London, the Square Mile acts like a labyrinth of alley ways, many of which harbour some of the oldest drinking holes around. St Michael’s Alley is one of the prettier.

Princess Victoria Kensington  London's 15 Best Pubs | Fodors

London’s 15 Best Pubs

The Bottle & Glass pub, Binfield Heath near Reading

The Bottle & Glass pub, Binfield Heath, Oxfordshire

The Grapes, 76 Narrows Street, great oldie world pub on the causeway to the Isle of Dogs and within spitting distance of the new Billingsgate fish market. Many moons ago this used to do the best Dover sole in London, I know because I eat it every Thursday evening- and loved everyone.

The Grapes ~ wonderful pub/in Limehouse/ 76 Narrows St, London (& co-owned by Ian McKellan)

The Anchor Pub, London

12 Best Riverside Pubs in London

The Anchor Pub, (riverside pub) London. Conveniently located by Shakespeare’s Globe and London Bridge.

The Princess Louise - yes it's a photo of the corridor, but it gives an idea of the interior. Restored to its etched-glass, Victorian glory - there's no other pub in London which still looks like this. Twinkles at night and very busy - you can hear everyone, but not see them due to the glass partition screens. WC1.

The Princess Louise was built in 1872 and is named after a daughter of Queen Victoria. The pub was remodelled in 1890 - 1892 in a style that you see today,

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