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A gem of a late-Victorian traditional pub, originally a 19th century beer house, commemorating riflemen billeted nearby in Napoleonic times. The pub benefits from a small beer garden, front patio, free on street parking and close proximity to seven bus routes. Thursday hosts a lively open mic night. Very much a community hub with board games, Sports TV. Dogs welcome. Small patio at the front and beer garden at the back. No main meals served but toasties are available up to 7pm. 15mins walk from Twickenham stadium & Harlequins Rugby Clubs. The (new) pub sign depicts 'The Footballers of Loos' in memory of Rifleman Frank Edwards - a local resident. He was the 1st Battalion's football captain who dribbled a football across No Man's Land toward the German trench in WWI. CAMRA Branch Pub of the Year for 2014.






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