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HarryDaTiger
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Jokey title I know, but when in "Shops & Businesses" I clicked on The Berney Arms clicky bit on the map and "No entries" came up.

The pub appears to be entered under "Breydon Water". Should it be entered under "Berney Arms" or double entered? Or does it matter?

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Doesn't matter I guess  Smile

Still, whether on land or under water I love that pub and it's situation.
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I've used my super human strength to re-float the Berney and put it where it belongs Smile

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is it a bird? is it a plane ?no, its SUPERADMIRAL

regards mike
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I am happy to report that the Berney Arms is still there and after much effort from John and Tracy the new tenants very much a place to visit.

As quite a few will know from this forum, Chris sadly passed away last year after a battle with cancer. John and Tracy were friends of Chris, who was keen for the pub to go to people who would keep the character of the place. On first inspection they have managed just that. On closer inspection they have gone a lot further, despite natures best intentions last November during the floods. Well done Tracy for cleaning the mud out of those floor tiles twice.

The old smoking tent out front has been removed and smoking facilities installed a little further to the right and less obstructive to the front of the pub. The place has been cleaned and polished from top to bottom and most of the interior completely redecorated, in the same manner as before, but it just feels a lot fresher. New lighting created by John. The toilets have been redeocrated. There is now a cafe to the left of the pub and small shop for groceries etc. I haven't tried one yet, but full english breakfasts are also available.

The food and beer are still good and well priced. Definetly worth a stop. Give it a try, you might be surprised.



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Hi Keith

Thanks for all your updates on the pubs on the southern broads.

We will be visiting the first week of May and am looking forward to using all the pubs you have mentioned on the various threads.
Thanks again.

regards john

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John, it's a tough job testing all these pubs but one I am happy to take on. Some I haven't mentioned recently, but still well worth a visit. The Waveney Inn of course and The Bell at St Olaves.

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