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The majority of pubs have now reopened after the latest lockdown, albeit still with restrictions. Many pubs currently have temporary trading hours; these are shown where known. We also show pubs we know have still not reopened as temporarily closed.

Please note that due to the pandemic currently being allowed to run out of control, many pubs are having to close temporarily due to staff or customers getting "pinged". Please check with the pubs if you plan to travel any distance.

Stowmarket Walnut

Stowmarket Walnut

formerly Walnut Tree

Temporary opening hours

Monday - Closed

Tuesday - Closed

Wednesday - Closed

Thursday 4-10

Friday 2-10

Saturday 12-10

Sunday 12-8

Walnut Beer Club. Choose a beer box from website & 'Add to Cart,'

Delivery is available within five miles of the pub, between 1600 and 1900, Thursday-Saturday.

Real Ale is sold here.

39 Violet Hill Rd, IP14 1NE

grid reference TM 045 588

opened about 1863

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(01449) 401 6769

(01449) 401 6769

Recently refurbished, this pub now offers a changing selection of beers on handpump and craft beers listed on a blackboard. A beer menu also advertises their craft beer selection which includes some unusual options for the area and good value snacks. The current landlord and landlady took over in March 2019 and have renovated the pub throughout and removed the pool table and dart board. The pub holds quiz nights every Monday. Vinyl nights on Wednesdays. Beer garden.

Children are allowed in the beer garden until 2000.

Helen & Ivan warmly welcome you to The Walnut Tree on Violet Hill Road in Stowmarket.
Good Beer Lives Here.
We will be pouring 6 Cask beers & 10 Keg beers and Ciders. Harmoniously being served along side a range of Spirits, Wines, Softs, Coffee & Tea.…
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Historical interest

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Landlords

Landlords

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

(detailed information from Neil Langridge - and also Brian Southgate - see their book "Stowmarket, Combs and Stowupland Pubs" published by Polstead Press in 2009)

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