This is my local pub, has been since I moved here, and I am in there every week for a drink, but I think this was the first time I went for dinner. Their main dishes from the blackboard, offered plenty of choices, and 3 of us agreed that their cod with chorizo was delicious. The beef pie also hit the spot. The menu changes frequently, and includes pub staples from local farms, such as beef, sausages, gammon and so on, as well as fish and chips, so all tastes are covered. The pub itself is a warm and friendly local spot, with open fires in winter, and a clientele mainly from the village and surrounds, though proximity to the Kennet and Avon canal means that narrowboaters also pop in, along with Devizes folk and some out of towners. The pub also has a garden and small field behind for the few days in summer when you can sit outside in England, and actually enjoy it. This is a classic village pub - everything you could want really, and my only misgiving about writing this is that it may encourage too many other people to try it out, and perhaps crowd me out!
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