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Large 1930s pub set away from the village centre, the Bell was built on the site of an earlier pub. The large single bar is divided into three areas by pillars and wood burning stoves. Food is a prominent part of the business, there being a separate dining room. There is an extensive garden to the front and side with a BBQ for the summer. The front garden includes a large tiered terrace running the width of the pub. Originally a Hodgson’s of Kingston house, it was sold to the Magic Pub Company who were then bought by Greene King. It was bought by Young’s in 2004.