Last weekend we said goodbye to Hannah.
I'm just going to miss her!
She is a wonderful girl - sweet, funny, quirky and highly intelligent with a wicked sense of humour and a brilliant laugh.
The entire pub feels warm and cosy and very countrified. It is the kind of place I can imagine people who come to the UK and want to experience 'a traditional British pub' are looking for - it has that type of romanticism about it. Don't expect farmers in flat caps and welly's though with border collies staring up at them with limpid eyes begging for a pork pie - you are as likely to run into a group of people from France or a bunch of students as locals in here.
We were there for the serious business of socialising, gossiping and generally giving Hannah a good sending off so we got down to it with a vengence. At some point in the evening (I think I was at the bar) the others hijacked my camera so I can't really explain some of the pictures. I'll let you draw your own conculsions!
We started off well - sober, sensible and chatty. Note the distinct lack of empty glasses and bottle on the tables.