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The Old Bull

On the village green (l,d; ££)

The Old Bull

With more than a couple of claims to fame, the Old Bull at Inkberrow is a legend in these parts. William Shakespeare is said to to have stopped off on the way to collect his marriage licence in Worcester and it’s said to have been the inspiration for the Old Bull pub in the BBC Radio series, The Archers.

The village green setting is lovely and it’s a watering hole for walkers as Inkberrow is on the Millenium Way. Sit outside on a long, light summer’s evening or cosy up inside when the weather is cooler! Straightforward pub menu with mains from £10, baguettes from $5.50.

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Village Green, Inkberrow,

Worcestershire WR7 4DZ

The Old Bull

Pubs, Bars & Country Inns

Worcester & Around

Text © Alison Plummer

Image by Alison Plummer