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Steeped in local history, the Falcon reopened in December 2014 after a six year closure and a lengthy campaign by local community groups. This 16th century former coaching inn is said to be the site of Oliver Cromwell's recruiting station and the gates from the market square were once the entrance to Huntingdon prison. An ever changing selection of beers is served from up to eighteen hand pumps, including many beers from Northamptonshire breweries, along with a range of real ciders. Branch mild and dark ales Pub Of the Year 2017. J Church beers brewed by Potbelly