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Bull and Butcher, Fenny Stratford

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user reviews of the Bull and Butcher, Fenny Stratford

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In here early evening last Saturday and OK.
Few customers, Service was plesent enough.
TV on showing Final Score on the BBC.
5 hand pulls but only ale was Black Sheep Bitter @ £3.20 = very nice

bjbrummiejohn - 31 Dec 2013 12:53
Well Christmas is here No lovely decorations from Lyd Pub a right state dirty no customers still cant believe punch let them go ruined Fenny

bensons - 3 Dec 2013 11:54
Bring back Lyd and Dave..................Punch you idiots
bensons - 30 Aug 2013 09:49
alewhale - 7 Jun 2013 21:38
Cant believe it just heard Lyd and Dave are leaving. Yet another pub bites the dust. They will be greatly missed.All the best for the future they run this pub how a pub should be run.Fennys lose
bensons - 20 Mar 2013 14:27
Yes agree The Red Lion is a nice little pub. Shame it doesn,t do food could make a killing.Landlord not really interested in food or his pub. Often seems very bored when i visit the pub.Still think The Butcher is the best pub in Fenny.Fenny needs the Football supporters to stop it from becomming a ghost town with more closed shops x
bensons - 19 Feb 2013 12:49
I have to disagree with the last interlocutor as this is not a patch on the Red Lion. Relatively unpretentious but still nothing special - I do however concede that it looks a lot better than the very iffy Swan and other Aylesbury Street pubs. As for away fans, they shouldn't even be in Milton Keynes in the first place.
BoehmBawerk - 27 Jan 2013 21:10
Still the best pub in Fenny.Warm and friendly you wont be disapointed if you pay a visit Now showing all the football again got sky back on 6 months trial.Hope it pays for them all away supporters welcomed.
bensons - 5 Nov 2012 14:40
Now a regular of this Pub for 10 years, I have found it to be both comfortable in clientele and seating. This Pub has a super beer garden, a well thought out smoking area, 2-3 guest real ales, kidz friendly, 2 bars and an overall good atmosphere with punters and staff alike.
Give it a whirl.
alpauleee - 3 Dec 2011 14:32
A friendly 'locals' pub, with character and lots of interesting horse brasses.
Normally has 2 real ales - but on my visit only 1 was still available and was very nice.
All said, a nice place to have a drink.

PJ1 - 6 Dec 2010 10:51
what a great pub.had a great saturday night their landlord played all the old seventies disco music what a laugh.
bensons - 23 Aug 2010 15:51
friendly pub with darts and cards often being garden child friendly with swings climbing frame etc.worth a visit
bensons - 2 Aug 2010 12:18
Very much a locals pub but I did have a couple of decent pints here. Without the garden it would have been a bit of an uncomfortable experience given the stares when entering this establishment. No food either which was a problem.
Mog - 6 Jun 2009 23:32
Visited The Bull & Butcher on 12 Aug 2008. Well kept pub with a splendid beer garden around the back. 2 real ales available - Youngs Bitter and Jennings Cumberland. I tried both and they were in good condition.
Crooked_Canary - 15 Aug 2008 09:01
well done john lovely garden just need the sun bring on the bbq,s bouncy castles and fun
anonymous - 17 May 2007 15:47
The best boozer in town
northernbird - 3 May 2007 15:53
Great Pub.Dave & Lyd have done a smashing job.Good place to go and have a drink. Mmm Just what a pub should be.
anonymous - 16 Feb 2007 08:44
Now Open
nice new toilets, and general tidy up, but still nice and cosy. Jennings Cumberland and Brakspears on Handpump
alewhale - 11 Feb 2007 17:28
Temporally closed for a long over due refurb
alewhale - 21 Jan 2007 12:38
Nearly forgot. In feb an eight mile charity walk up hill called the Yomp. Come and do it!
m3tim - 29 Nov 2005 23:30
alewhale got it in one - a great pub
darts doms footy Lydia and George - what more can a bloke want in the evening - oh yes - beer!
m3tim - 29 Nov 2005 23:26
Very friendly town boozer normally 2 or 3 real ales
alewhale - 19 Sep 2005 19:55

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