Village pub beats off competition

A VILLAGE pub has been voted one of the best in the South West after coming runners-up in a Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) award.

The Plough Inn in Congresbury finished second out of 400 establishments reviewed by CAMRA inspectors in the Bristol area.

Landlord Gary Polledri said he was delighted for the pub to get recognised for its quality beer.

He said: “I am so pleased to have won this award when we are a small pub in a small village and we were up against some very worthy rivals.”

CAMRA produces an annual guide to the UK’s best pubs and surveys everything from the quality and variation of ales to atmosphere and food service.


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