The Spotted Cow in Holbrook has risen like a phoenix from the flames. The Town Street pub had stood empty for three years before it was taken over by the Holbrook Community Association.
It reopened as a community pub, complete with its own cafe, the Spotted Calf, and has established itself as a real hub of village life.
It has won plaudits for the quality of its beers, serves a huge range of gins, and has seven ciders, all kept cool in the cellar.
And it plays host to plenty of events. It was due to hold a sausage and cider festival on August Bank Holiday weekend, with live music and up to a dozen ciders.
And it will be one of the venues for the Damson Sunday celebrations on September 23 (see centre pages for full details).
The pub, run by the aptly-named Cheryl and Paul Brew, also serves a range of meals, such as homemade pies (chicken, leek and Stilton, steak and ale, and steak and red wine), gammon, burgers and fish and chips.
One lucky reader will win a meal for two (with a bottle of wine) worth up to £30.
Just answer the following question: who are the licensees of the Spotted Cow? Enter by filling in the form below.
The closing date is November 13. Usual competition rules apply.
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