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TerryTibbs
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Why bother with a bull dozer? A match worked for the Bridge Inn. None of the cost and the same end result, either way I'm sure the PUBCO would be happy;p

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"My mates got a 32 tonne ex Royal Engineers bulldozer..."

Well leave the poor pub alone, how about it accidentally knocks into the Bridge instead..?

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Funny how somebody is having a go at doing this pub up and only gets criticism and another pub that stinks gets praise and people are upset that they can't eat in it.

Funny old world!!!

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I tend to agree Sunchaser, and there'll be no criticism from me.
I sat in that pub last year for some hours wondering what I'd do to it if it were mine. The new people have quite a challenge on their hands and I look forwards very much to seeing what they do.
I wish them the very best of luck.

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Agreed Maurice.

The pubs of the Broads are a vital part of what makes it a fantastic place.

Me and Mrs Bill are working hard to support them by attempting to drink them dry.

Bill

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Due to a late transit of the bridge in a half-decker on Saturday night we needed to eat in Potter, and the Falgate was fully booked we braved the Broads Haven.  I have previously listed this as "terrible, never to be revisited".  Well, on Saturday the bar was clean and reasonably presented, a friendly welcome, and very well kept ale at a cheaper price than most Broads pubs.  The food was vey basic pub "Bar Snacks", chips in basket with chicken/scampi etc, or jacket potatoes etc - but since it was all about a fiver we filled up on acceptable food for not much money.  Yesterday morning we went through the bridge in the opposite direction, and after re-masting stopped in there for "brunch" - nice (and cheap) bacon sausage and egg baguette, with again very well kept ale.  This time we sat in the restaurant area which has been redecorated, and was very clean and well presented.  The staff are friendly and very attentive.
Overall, while the pub is not attractive, and I fear it would cost hundreds of thousands to really sort it, it not a place to avoid any more.


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quote:"......
A match worked for the Bridge Inn.
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and I still have my doubts as to weather the correct building was torched!

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Italian lightening can be very unreliable Paul. Playful Wink

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The new name for the pub is going to be DRL

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