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Important Covid information

Due to the latest lockdown regulations, pubs can no longer sell alcohol for takeaway or click & collect. Delivery is still permitted, as is the sale of takeaway food. We will update all entries on this site over the next few days to take account of the new situation.

Pubs providing takeaways continue to be listed on this page.

Gazeley Chequers

Gazeley Chequers

Due to the government announcement of January 4th, pubs are currently not permitted to sell alcohol to take away, though they are permitted to deliver it. We hope this will change before too long, so still list Suffolk pubs intending to sell takeaway drinks. Food continues to be available for takeaway as before.

Off license open Thu-Sat: 1700-2000, Sun: 1200-1600.

Food trucks are visiting the premises four times a week.

We are able to offer Off-Licence Delivery

Free Delivery for orders over £20 with-in 5 miles

THURSDAY 5PM – 8PM

FRIDAY 5PM – 8PM

SATURDAY 5PM – 8PM

SUNDAY 12PM – 4PM

Please order via our Click & Collect system

Real Ale is sold here.

The Green, CB8 8RF

grid reference TL 719 640

opened 16th century

owner/operator: Wright & Spillane Ltd/Free House

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The pub is 400 years old & has been recently decorated to a high standard. Walkers & ramblers welcome.

This pub is now open. Owners are brewing all their own beer. Huge amount of restoration done inside the building. Just opening Friday nights at the moment but expanding soon.

A former Greene King pub.

The on-site Munson's Brewery beers are all served from keykeg, which is Real Ale but without the air coming into contact with it, which means it lasts longer. Our photographer has tried some and found them very tasty.

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Footnote

The Chequers sign is an ancient sign probably brought to England by the Romans. Later the sign became associated with a money table e.g. an exchequer or type of chessboard. Some pubs displayed the sign to indicate that they would change money or acted as bankers in some way.

(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

(old PO directory information courtesy of londonpublichouse.com)

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