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Less than three weeks before we are on the Broads with two teenagers, two nearly teenagers, two Forty year olds, and two young seventy year olds.
Although we plan to eat out at several Broadland pubs, there will be times when we just want a friendly place for just a pint or two and pastimes such as a game of pool, darts, and possibly arcade games.
We are there for our Grandsons' half term holiday, but this is a week before most schools half term breaks. Any recommendations?

Ron

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the bridge at acle have all you are looking for be there myself 15th oct. hope that helps

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The New Inn at Horning has stuff to keep kids of varying ages happy, think they have pool tables, arcade, etc.

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Thanks for yor advice Morton and John C, much appreciated.
Ron

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Excuse my ignorance, been a loooong time since I left the UK, but are under 16s allowed in pubs ? You had to be 16 to get in and 18 to drink, what are the laws now ?

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The Lion at Thurne also has a small arcade.

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I thought it was 14 to get in, however, these days with childrens rooms I don't think there's any limit.
Around this way you need to be (or at least look) over 7 years old before someone will serve you alcohol

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Ah, sitting outside in the cold, with a lemonade and a bag of Smith's crisps . . . fond memories. And that was last year! Playful

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Ron hi,

The laws on children entering pubs were totally relaxed in 2003. This link will give you more info.
http://www.beerandpub.com/industry-briefings/children-in-pubs

I think you will find that most pubs allow children.  Especially if they serve food.

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The Landlord/Owner can when applying for a licence , stipulate that children can be allowed any where in the pub, so the old rules about childrens rooms, children being allowed in when eating, no children allowed in the bar area etc are defunct. mIt is purely what the licence was applied for and what the licence states.

Dave

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