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Jampot Rally 2017

25th to 27th August
Stow-on-the-Wold Rugby Club
GL54 1JJ



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Here are my top five pubs a short distance from the rally site worth a visit.


Queens Head 
Stow on the Wold
 GL54 1AB


Horse and Groom
Upper Oddington
GL56 0XH


Kings Head


Fox inn
GL56 0UF


The Chequers


Dave's recommended pub crawl 

Don't Drink & Drive      (Well not too much)

The Queen's Head

Owned by local Donnington brewery this traditional town pub is right in the square at Stow-on-the-Wold. This is probably the only "pub" in Stow serving their own BB and SBA beer. With traditional pub food, where locals mix with tourists who are unsurprisingly attracted into this lovely old pub. Good food and a great atmosphere. Dog friendly too.

Horse and Groom.

Is a quintessential English Country Village Inn, dating back to 1580. This Grade II Listed Cotswold stone inn is full of character with  exposed stone-walls, flagstone and oak floors, hefty beams and roaring fires and from its early days as a simple hostelry it has been updated without losing its wonderful charm.
Selection of ales including Wye valley bitter.

King's Head

Privately owned, former 16th  century cider house now serving a good selection of ales including Elmers and Hooky from local Hook Norton brewery.
Two things have helped create the wonderful character of the bar at The King’s Head Inn – the building itself and the people who choose to spend time here. The low ceilings, nooks and crannies are the product of a bygone age and give the place a warm and intimate atmosphere.

Fox Inn

Another Donnington brewery pub run by biker landlord The Fox Inn sits on the edge of the village green, with its swings and see-saw, between Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh. Well-kept ales. Dogs (on leads!) are welcome.

The Chequers

In the picture perfect village of Churchill, The Chequers is everything a traditional pub should be with its pretty Cotswold stone exterior and a muddy Landrover outside. Except, step inside this pub and you’ll find something much more intriguing. A heady mix of the old and new. Expect modern cocktails to sit alongside local ales, and a menu that is packed with seasonally inspired dishes.
This independent small chain pub offers a selection of ales including locally brewed Hooky.
Happy hour 5.00-7.00 Sunday to Thursday £2.50 a pint on selected beers.