Ring O' Bells
The Ring o’ Bells, depending on whose opinion you believe, is one of several pubs in England built upon Consecrated Ground. The inn itself was probably built in 1741 on the instructions of Thomas Barker, the church sexton at the time. Call in to see the menu, and any daily specials. All the food is home-made on the premises, with the exception of the skinny fries. These are of the bought-in, frozen variety, but the chips that are offered as an alternative are hand-cut from real potatoes, and fresh-fried to each order. The food service is now an established part of the (almost) daily routine at the Ring o’ Bells. People who have eaten at the Ring o’ Bells are talking about how good the food is so why not give us a try - ‘wonderful homemade food’, good beer, friendly pub, good crowd of regulars. You can’t ask for more. See you down here!