And for afters …

I know that Piddington villagers are lucky in lots of ways: we live in a lovely, friendly village, and have a wealth of locally grown produce on our doorstep, but this year we had a bit of bad luck, in that our village pub closed in the spring. In fact, it was the loss of this pub – one place that you might bump into people informally and have a chat, or have a meal when you couldn’t face cooking – that sparked the idea of The Pantry.

Well, we’ve just heard that our nearest local now, the Bull and Butcher, Ludgershall, is offering a brilliant deal – but only to bona fide Piddingtonians.

In the evening of 9th March, from around 7pm, the pub is having a Piddington night. If you are a Piddington resident, you can tuck into a big bowl of chilli and chips for £5 and scampi for the kids for £2.50. Call 01844 238094 to book a table. But only if you can prove you’re from Piddington!

If you’re unlucky enough not to be, why not visit the pub anyway – it’s great!


Author: Hazel at The Pantry

I live in a small Oxfordshire village, and am writing a blog for The Pantry, a community project to provide the village with a place to meet and to buy locally made and sourced products and to raise funds for village causes.

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