Faraday2, Church Street
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The Faraday used to be a Seeboard showroom - hence the name - next to a cinema, becoming a pub in 1996. The front bar area has a bit of a baronial hall feel to it with an upper balcony. The food trade during the day gives way to a younger crowd later on. Offers a range of 5 'craft' keg beers as well as the real ales, which might change. Unusual facilities include: free printing, interactive jukebox, phone charging and 'grab and go' breakfast and coffee takeout from 11am - 5pm. Board games and electronic games also available. Various evening offers and activities throughout the week, including party/DJ nights Thu-Sat, see website or social media for details.