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Bear The


Ragged Staff


• Fresh Produce – locally sourced where possible • Some Produce Home-Grown


• Sunday Lunch – choice of 2 roasts • 2 Real Ales On Tap


• Good disabled access • Weddings & Parties


• Food allergy and intolerance aware


The Bear & Ragged Staff Station Road, Bransford, Worcester. WR6 5JH T: 01886 833399 W: www.bearatbransford.co.uk Twitter: @bearraggedstaff


&


A privately owned, independent country pub serving delicious food from a fresh seasonal menu, including a wide choice of gluten free options...


Christmas Menu Available 2nd - 24th December 2 Courses & Coffee £21 or 3 Courses & Coffee £26 Pre-orders required


Opening Hours:


Mon – Sat: Lunch 12.00am – 2.00pm & Evenings from 6.00pm


Sun: Lunch 12.00pm – 2.30pm Closed Sunday Evening


CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR WITH


THE SILURIAN MORRIS ‘WASSAIL’


HELD AT WESTONS CIDER ON SATURDAY 6TH JANUARY – MEET AT 6.30PM


Supper at The Scrumpy House Restaurant - 8.30pm onwards. Pre-booking only 01531 660626


CALL 01531 660108 FOR MORE INFORMATION MUCH MARCLE, LEDBURY, HEREFORDSHIRE, HR8 2NQ


SO MUCH MORE IN EVERY DROP WE TAKE MORE TIME TO MATURE OUR CIDERS


THAN MOST. ALWAYS HAVE, ALWAYS WILL. WestonsCiderMill


enquiries@westons-cider.co.uk westons-cider.co.uk


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