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20 August 2019 Halesworth & Southwold Community News Pubs Glorious Pubs!!


Welcome to Your Suffolk Pub


Pubs, glorious pubs… Suffolk has some of the best, from revered city centre boozers to peaceful riverside beer gardens to the bars of swish hotels. We wanted to share some of our favourites with you, so welcome to the first edition of Your Suffolk Pub, brought to you by the team behind the Community News. We are passionate about our local communities – the towns, villages and hamlets we call home – and pubs play a vital role in providing common ground, a meeting place at the heart of these communities. Many a great idea has originated from a quiet night at the local! But pubs are more than that. They are a place for friends and family to gather, somewhere to celebrate special occasions, somewhere for colleagues to unwind after a busy day at work. They are places where people from all walks of life are welcome as equals. Use Your Suffolk Pub to find the best places to eat, drink and relax. We have recommendations from chefs, bar- tenders, winemakers and food artisans. We can point you in the direction of hidden-away places and pubs where the children and dogs will be welcome. You’ll find trust- worthy recommendations all highlighted with our helpful icon buttons to let you know at a glance which amenities are on offer. We love this county and we love these pubs. Flick through and find somewhere that tickles your fancy. Please enjoy, and, make the most of Your Suffolk Pub.


Cheers! .


Visit our website and click on the link to read Your Suffolk Pub online. www.yourcommunitynews.co.uk


Or pick up


a copy in one of the many local pubs featured!


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