Blencowe Families’ Association Newsletter Vol. 22 No. 4 November 2007

>Blencowe Pub Crawl

Continuing with Richard's suggestion that we should take a drive around the village hotels and enjoy their culture, the following establishments once belonged to the Blencowe Company and many are still in existence. Check with the local tourist office first.

“Golden Fleece” Foleshill, Coventry
“Shoulder of Mutton” Coventry
“Crown” Napton-on-the-Hill
“Black Swan” Rugby
“Queen's Head” Rugby
“Hope Tavern” Leamington Spa
“Butcher's Arms” Priors Hardwick
“Plough” Warmington
“New Inn” Shotteswell

“Constitution Tavern” Daventry
“Bear” & “Cricketers'” Banbury
“King's Head” Finmere
“Six Bells” & “Plough” Bicester
“Fox” Juniper
“Bull” Launton
“Bear” Souldern
“Turner Arms” Hampton Poyle

“Royal Oak” Daventry
“Carpenters' Arms” Lower Boddington
“Red Lion” Moreton Pinkney
“Greyhound” Blakesley
“Bull” & “Horseshoe” Wappenham
“New Inn” Abthorpe
“King's Head” Syresham
“Sun” Whitfield
“Six Bells” Sulgrave
“George” Tiffield
“Compass” Silverstone
“Marston Inn” Marston St Lawrence
“Greyhound” & “Red Lion” Brackley
“Plumbers' Arms” now “Manor” & “Fox” Brackley
“White Horse” Croughton
“Bowling Green” Warkworth

“Reindeer” Westbury
“White Hart” Tingewick
“Crown” Steeple Claydon
“Seven Stars” Twyford
“Three Cups” Buckingham
“Bull” Winslow
“Star” Princes Risborough
“Saracen's Head” Princes Risborough

updated: 24 February 2008