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The Queens Head, Boreham - pub details

Queens Head

Address: Church Road, Boreham, Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 3EG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29762) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hatfield Peverel (2.8 miles), Chelmsford (3.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 6 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Six Bells, Boreham (0.5 miles), Cock Inn, Boreham (0.6 miles), Grange, Boreham (0.8 miles), White Hart, Chelmsford (1.5 miles), Rodney Inn, Little Baddow (1.8 miles)


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Popped in here on the off chance for lunch today...very quiet but some nice beer on including Apprentice from Maylands brewery, a tasty drop. we ordered food and it was home cooking at its best, would recommend the steak and kidney pie !! And reasonably cheap too. Its by a big church and is a bit of a local maybe but give it a try !! Also had a game of darts !
KOTB - 18 Jan 2012 20:00
This is a small locals’pub tucked away behind the church. When I was in there on Saturday afternoon there was a group of what appeared to be locals getting stuck into a serious darts match. I didn’t interact with them much, but they seemed a friendly and polite bunch to me. There’s also a smallish garden at the back, with a shelter for smokers. The ales on offer were Adnam’s Bitter, GKIPA and Mighty Oak Brewery’s Maldon IPA. I had the latter, which was well kept and absolutely superb, and is a good session beer at only 3.6%.You are unlikely to stumble on this pub by accident, but it is worth seeking out if you are in the area – if you like small country pubs with decent ale.
RexRattus - 24 Mar 2009 17:57
I popped into this pub when visiting a mate who lives nearby. it's a pretty small pub, with limited seating, but seemed good. served a nice pint, and the food smelt great.

I'll have to eat next time I go.
Harvor - 17 Feb 2009 16:27
I have read about your plight in the publican and am sorry to hear it. I am a fellow licensee and multi pub operator and can sympathise with your situation. Just a suggestion for you, I believe you can errect a shelter in wood up to 6 feet high without planning permission as long as you adhere to the 50% rule who can stop you. It is then classed as temporary structure as in a garden shed or fence. Worth checking out as I have seen some awesome shelters made of wood. (
anonymous - 26 Nov 2007 14:11
Did the fool living next door report all bonfirers for polluting "his" fresh air? If not then he ought to be dragged to the village stocks, whipped, pelted with rotten stinking fruit & veg and left to contemplate his misfortunes!
handymanphil - 7 Nov 2007 17:12

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