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    Indeed. The Culpeper...

    Indeed.

    The Culpeper
    The Driver
    Big Chill
    The Scottish Stores
    Prince of Wales Feathers

    Just these five, I didn't go on these roof terraces and doubt I'd return to any, with the exception of...
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    Sticky: Great Heck: Voodoo Mild Blue Bee: Hillsfoot Best...

    Great Heck: Voodoo Mild
    Blue Bee: Hillsfoot Best
    Black Jack: Bramling Cross
    Abbydale: Deception
    Thornbridge: Lord Marples
    J. W. Lee: Manchester Pale Ale
    Ringwood: Forty-Niner
    Great Heck:...
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    Formerly none, but now 7: Beer Engine...

    Formerly none, but now 7:

    Beer Engine
    Sheffield Tap
    Fat Cat
    Rutland Arms
    Shakespeares
    Bath Hotel
    Devonshire Cat
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    Yes. Thanks indeed for organising such a...

    Yes.

    Thanks indeed for organising such a brilliant crawl and day out. Fun as always to catch up with fellow crawlers as meeting some for the first time. I had a great though hilly walk back to the...
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    ...and she's won it with her hand on a Pride pull...

    ...and she's won it with her hand on a Pride pull of all things.
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    Met Office App: 20C Cloudy with sunny spells....

    Met Office App:

    20C
    Cloudy with sunny spells.
    30% chance of light rain, 18.00 - 20.00.

    And there's your weather.

    Best bring a brollie or a cagoule. :pray:
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    Got it: Sheffield Tap, Platform 1b, 11.15-12.15....

    Got it: Sheffield Tap, Platform 1b, 11.15-12.15. If my broken toe has stopped hurting, and I can make it as far as Platform 9 3/4 at this end.
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    The Eagle...

    The Eagle is regarded as being London's first gastropub in the conventional sense (1991), and is in fact widely considered as being the first in the country. I went to The Roebuck Inn in 1989 and the...
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    The Met Office app agrees that Thursday is not a...

    The Met Office app agrees that Thursday is not a day for spending outside, but is more optimistic for Friday than the BBC.

    Just to confirm: what is the start time and venue?
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    You can add to that 10.00pm closing time on 'slow...

    You can add to that 10.00pm closing time on 'slow Mondays' in increasing numbers of pubs and at The Bridge House, you can look forward to 10.00pm 'slow Mondays', 'slow Tuesdays' and 'slow Wednesdays'...
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    I've only experienced this a few times and...

    I've only experienced this a few times and definitely not in your typical backstreet pub, rather in places that think they're a cut above the rest. One time if happened, it was a first for my mate...
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    But these are defined as the East of England:...

    But these are defined as the East of England: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_of_England

    I made a suggestion that this area be treated as an extension of the East Midlands - Hereford is in the...
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    Another pub con: You are sitting at the table...

    Another pub con:

    You are sitting at the table enjoying your drink with friends and are nearly at the end of your pint. The barman comes over and asks "Can I get you the same again?" - what service...
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    Do we know how many pilgrims are going on this...

    Do we know how many pilgrims are going on this one?
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    We could place them in the East of England, which...

    We could place them in the East of England, which I believe is the standard geography term for this region: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_of_England

    Then we could invent an imaginary...
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    ...not to mention the squandering of helium which...

    ...not to mention the squandering of helium which is a valuable but diminishing resource.
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    The Orange...

    The Orange used to be a great boozer when as the Orange Brewery I last went there 20 years ago. When I first visited 31 years ago, it had its own on-site brewery where I first sampled porter, brewed...
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    List/News/History - something for everyone:...

    List/News/History - something for everyone:
    https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/jun/30/in-search-of-the-perfect-pub-great-british-boozer?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
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    Good point. I'd be hard pressed to call...

    Good point. I'd be hard pressed to call https://www.pubsgalore.co.uk/pubs/63473/ a pub, with just drinking at the bar. And I have no truck for pubs where you walk in and see a sea of 'reserved' signs...
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    I thought they always phoned a 'coded message' to a newspaper.
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    I used to know someone from Long Eaton who...

    I used to know someone from Long Eaton who described it as the North, even though Nottingham, five miles to the north-east, is called The Queen of the Midlands.



    On reflection, Ludlow is...
  22. Doubtless at Oxford, the duty officer is...

    Doubtless at Oxford, the duty officer is Inspector Morse? :whistle:
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    Yes - he does get about a bit. I've been at both King's Cross St. Pancras and Holborn when the good inspector was on duty. The request for him to come to the control room is automated and delivered...
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    Half in, half out: Worcester[shire] is in the...

    Half in, half out: Worcester[shire] is in the West Midlands, but Banbury is in Oxfordshire which isn't a Midlands county. I don't think...
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    Yup. Certainly is. And so is the sofa if you have...

    Yup. Certainly is. And so is the sofa if you have one in this fine county.
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