REAL ALE IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE


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& North Cotswold branches of CAMRA and thus these pages are
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BROAD CAMPDEN

BAKER'S ARMS  See Map
GL55 6UR
SP1575437851
Sat Nav: 52.038831,-1.771738
Signed off B4081, at NW end of village
Tel. Evesham (01386) 840515
website:http://www.bakersarmscampden.co.uk/
DONNINGTON BB (H)
STANWAY Stanney Bitter (H)
WELLS Bombardier (H)
GUEST BEER Two Ales (H)

Fine old village local and genuine free
house (owners celebrating their 14th
year), first licensed as a public house
in 1724. A photograph of the building
(1905) shows it as the village bakery
and grain store. It boasts Cotswold
stone walls, exposed beams and a fine
inglenook. Also displayed - and dated
1969 - is a carpet depicting the pub and
the following description: pictorial rug
represents 1,000 hours' work by the late
Neville Hallam of Wythall, Birmingham in
appreciation of the happy times spent in
the Bakers Arms. Excellent food is
available in the dining room extension
and there is a children's play area.
Guest beers usually include something
local.


2011
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


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Last updated on 17/09/2017