Dukes Head57, High Street
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A large rambling pub, it is set back from the main road. Only one bar, but there are varied areas to sit in. The timber-framed building dates from the 17th and 18th centuries, but the frontage is 19th century and there were also 20th century alterations. In the early 20th century the town band used to play in front of the pub. It is decorated in a mixture of styles to suit the areas, including some original beams, and has a large conservatory. Sport shown on multiple screens. Function room upstairs. Now includes Indian Restaurant, for which we are awaiting more information.