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Squire Charles Waterton the Naturalist
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Click to enlarge THE WAY IT WAS
A public house is usually one of the mainstays of English village life - along with the church and post office. The New Inn is a "traditional 18th Century House" - the only pub in the village, with a lounge bar and restaurant. The pub has a wide range of beers and lagers including a selection of cask ales.

There were several ale houses in the village in years gone by, but, in these more sober times, they have long since vanished. There is a social club nearby and Charlie's Bar at Walton Hall (a reference to Charles Waterton, a teetotaller).

The New Inn changed hands in December 2011.

The New Inn, basking in the warm, agreeable weather that usually favours Walton. Photographed 2008, John S. Sargent.

The New Inn, Shay Lane, Walton.
Photographed 2008, John S. Sargent.
Some fowk
"Some fowk ...."
Click here to visit the official New Inn website.
Quiz Nights and Music in the New Inn
Find out more on the New Inn's own website here.
[site accessed 21 Mar 2017]

Apart from it being about beer,
this has no connection with the pub.

How to cope with voodoo....

Click here
to watch a Brahma beer advertisement that apparently was voted the best beer advertisement in Argentina.
(Brahma Beer Born in Brasil)




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