Queen ElizabethMain Street
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Named after the visit of Elizabeth I to the village in August 1575, this old pub has a fresh modern feel inside. It is a community pub, owned by 26 local residents who rescued it from closure. The bar has a flagstone floor, timber beams and a roaring fire. There's a small surcharge for drinking halves. The comfortable lounge and separate dining room also act as a café during the day. A good place to start and end walks up Bredon Hill. Regular weekly and monthly themed food evenings and two annual beer festivals May and August bank holidays. Bus runs 6 days a week, from Pershore en route to Evesham.