Broad Oak: your emotional support animal

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Hooray for pubs!

Research shows that drinking in pubs is good for you. We knew this - but still don't know how to get onto the research team.

Chaucer's Tabard Inn, as it was in the 19th century


The Bull Inn, Rochester (visited by Dickens' Mr Pickwick)
 
The Mayflower, Rotherhithe - built c. 1550 as The Shippe - known as the Spread Eagle and Crown when the Pilgrim Fathers visited it.

"POST OFFICE PUB"


British Pathe (1949) - how the Spread Eagle and Crown was nearly lost

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