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BBAJ, is a New Forest based joinery, specialising in the design and manufacture of bespoke,...
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Here's what not to wear while cycling.
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All hornets are killers, as they're wasps and all wasps kill to feed their young. The European Hornet Vespa crabro is larger than the Asian Hornet.
KILLER hornets are on their way to Kent, according to a report from a government environment committee. Asian Hornets, which have killed six people in France, are feared to be on their way to the...
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Great flick but Danny, couldn't you have put the bike on your back at 3.45? You know, a strap or something?
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That's rather put me off my breakfast.
 
This video will make you drink less coke.
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I have been buying takeaways and eating at this restaurant for the last 7 years. I have taken guests from overseas (including the sub-continent) and nobody has anything but praise for the food. The staff are friendly, welcoming and attentive (although service can be a little slow at the weekends when the place is packed) I always get a little extra something in my takeaways and the menu is changed often enough to keep things interesting. They could possibly do with selling a few more beers (you know that Ringwood brewery a few hundred yards around the corner chaps? Lots of choice there) but they have an excellent selection of wine - which isn't as overpriced as most restaurants - and they will usually go out of your way, to ensure they make your meal as you would like. Ask for the number of chilies you want; if you like the look of something on the menu but think it might be too hot, then have a chat with your waiter about it and he or she will advise as to heat and if it can be toned down. Car parking is a tad tricky but there's a public car-park directly opposite the restaurant; or park in the Furlong car-park and spend 2 minutes walking through.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Stopped here on a walk from Polruan, round to Fowey by way of the ferry (down the hill from the pub) December 2008. The pub is not in Fowey, despite what Google Maps might say and it's not in Passage Street, ditto Google. It's across the river in Boddinick-by-Fowey. Take the ferry from the Fowey side, across to the east side of the river and it's a hundred yards up the hill, on the left. Despite arriving late at lunchtime, around 3 o'clock I recall, we were made very welcome and the landlord rustled us up some food. Given we were all muddy (and the dog very muddy) this was rather pleasing. Food and drink was very reasonable priced (huge portions) but good 'pub grub' too. Beer was good as was the 'Bloody Mary' and the wine.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Best Daarzet Apple Cake in Daarzet! Good place to stop after a bike-run, with cashpoint machines and easy parking in the square.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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Good drinking pub, always lots of choice of beer, usually at least 5 x different flavours of Ringwood on offer (It's a tied Ringwood House) The pub is also acting as a village shop these days. Live music often and it's dog-friendly. Wine is pretty good, food menu is varied and reasonably priced. Olives from the jars behind the bar are good. Fire in the winter. Loos are always spotless. Staff v. friendly. Free wi-fi, useful as mobile phones don't work too well in GussageAS. Beer garden at front, car park to rear, with space for 4 or 5 cars at front and there's a decent walk or two from the pub, with a public footpath running alongside the pub drive/carpark.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Very well kept beer; food was good, staff very welcoming, dogs welcome, prices very low (compared with Hampshire anyway) Wii on Wednesday evenings. Good choice of wines (if you're holidaying, buy a bottle and take what's left home)
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago