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The Cavalier Pub

Hollings Lane

Ravenfield

Photos Jonathan Dabbs

 

 

 

Situated at the crossroads at Ravenfield the Cavalier was designed with a very appealing exterior which adds to the character of the Village. The doorway on the left leads into the "Tap Room" where games are played whilst partaking of amber liquid. There is a small doorway to the left of the sign which is the offsales. The doorway on the right leads into the "Bestside' which was always nicely furnished and a pleasant place to enjoy a drink and a chat. In summertime the tables in front of the Pub are often crowded with locals and visitors.

 

 

 

 

 

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