Fox & GooseFox & Goose
This pub is not a listed building but its interior is of local importance. The front section of this pub dates from 1830. The main bar area is at the front. To the left of the central servery there's a doorway (the door itself has now gone), around which are vestiges of the original screening that would have at one time separated the rooms. There is a larger room at the back. The bar counter has a matchboard panelled front that will be old if not original; the bar back is a very simple affair but framed by a quartet of bevilled mirrors. The walls throughout have retained their fielded wood panelling, but with that in the large back room having been painted light grey, but with that in the bar area retaining its dark wood colouring. There are three fireplaces - a couple in the front bar area with one of them having some attractive tiling, and with the one in the back room having a distinctive wooden surround. The curved window bays at the front still have what looks like the original fitted bench seating. A vestibule on the left has an impressive antique leaded glazed panel, featuring a floral design and including dragonflies and butterflies.
The Fox & Goose has yet to feature on a LPG crawl.
The WhatPub link is here: WhatPub/Fox & Goose