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The Red Lion, Wooburn Green - pub details

Address: 41 The Green, Wooburn Green, Buckinghamshire, HP10 0EU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14149) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bourne End (1.5 miles), Beaconsfield (2.5 miles), Cookham (2.9 miles)

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This pub is going from bad to worse. Went there on Sunday to watch the footie and the place was overrun by screaming kids running around whilst their foul mouthed dad'd propped up the bar. The law is that children aren't allowed in pubs unless they are eating. These kids were not eating and the bar staff didn't care. In fact the barmaid Rachel gets my vote for most miserable and unfriendly barmaid in Bucks.
mungojerryuk - 22 Feb 2015 18:16
Came here after the Falcon beer festival. Friendly 'community' pub which despite the comments below I felt perfectly happy in. Just one ale; GK Abbott which was in good nick - need more beer though. Worth a visit & I would say that it's about 7 feet from the bus stop to Wycombe (number 37) which actually didn't turn up (unless he left very EARLY) so sod it I thought & ran the 4.5 miles back to Wycombe - as you do.
Booze_Allen - 29 Jul 2011 14:54
Large pub, with lots of seating, TV screens on the wall, catering for the JD Wetherspoon crowd. There are positives and negatives with this pub. The negatives, it is a bit chavtastic, there's a pool table that seems to attract the Wooburn Green 'Massive' and their bitches. Only one real ale on when we went, Abbot The positives, well the beer is cheaper than other pubs and the food was pretty good value for money, 8 something for an enormous plate of gammon and chips.
Abteilung - 23 Jul 2011 12:51
Nice surroundings and staff seem really nice but the positives end there in my opinion i'm afraid. Not a nice atmosphere, full of loud-mouth chavs in tracksuits and trainers, and a few old drunk sex-pest types!
Also there seemed to be quite a few underage looking youths, and they didn't appear to be asked for ID at the bar.
Don't go in if your not a regular, quite a hostile place.
rooneytheking - 13 Nov 2010 23:32
This beautiful, traditional, wood-beamed pub is the only one in the area, where you can see the big sporting events on big screens within a great atmosphere. It's also a lovely place to take the family as it is very clean and has an attractive garden area. The food's fantastic, they have an extensive menu (including 18 varieties of burgers), and the Manager, John, is very friendly, highly professional and runs a tight ship.
Simone63 - 16 Jul 2008 01:41

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