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14 September 2011

Drink at the Blacksmith's Arms, Cudham

On the very edge of this website's boundary, the M25, the Blacksmiths Arms in Cudham is a popular little pub which was built in 1628, and is famous as the birthplace of music hall star Harry Relph, often known by his stage name "Little Tich".

The pub building was built in 1628, and later became a blacksmiths before gaining a beer and cider licence in 1729. It has been in operation as a pub ever since, sitting on a high point of the North Downs, at the heart of an area of outstanding natural beauty.

The pub makes a fantastic walk from the Bulls Head at Pratt's Bottom, where landlord Vern can give directions for a lovely walk across the countryside.

For more information, see http://www.theblacksmithsarms.co.uk/

1 comment:

  1. not worth a visit unless you like poor service and overpriced beer