Chindit113 Merridale Road
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Built in the 1950s as an off-licence, the first landlord here served in the Chindit Regiment in Burma in WWII and named it after his comrades. It is thought to be the only pub in the country honouring Major General Orde Wingate’s WWII special forces; their history is displayed in the lounge.
The two-roomed pub consists of a small lounge and a bar featuring an original Wurlitzer jukebox stocking 60s and 70s 45rpm records.
There is live music every Friday and open mic night is Sunday.
Ramp on request, no adapted WCs but they are accessible.