Three HorseshoesMill Road
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Village local in a brick and thatch 18th century building opposite the village church. It was saved from closure by a community campaign group and reopened in 2019 under the ownership of a family who run the pub with a focus on serving the local community as well as pubgoers and diners from further afield. Villagers are keen on real ale and a regularly-changing local guest beer is to be added to the offering. There are monthly quiz nights, occasional live music and charity events. Thought to have always been a pub, the building has evolved over time (part of the building used to be a blacksmith's) and was used to accommodate workers employed in major church rebuilding work in the 18th century. Traditional pub food Tuesday to Friday lunchtimes and until 8pm on Saturdays and 6pm on Sundays. Families are welcome to use both bars. Covered outside smoking area available. On bus 30 route from Huntingdon and Ramsey every hour.