Jemmy Hirst at the Rose & Crown, Rawcliffe

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Awarded CAMRA Best Regional Pub for 2011.Named after the only Rawcliffe man who would appear to have gained recognition on a national scale, James Hirst, a local eccentric who invested his inheritance well. He wore a red coat with blue sleeves, harlequin breeches, a glossy waistcoat made of drakes feathers' and a lambskin hat, a full three yards in circumference. He also constructed all manner of mechanical contraptions, including a threshing machine and a flying machine. Being an attraction in his own right he always gave the crowd something to talk about by riding in his wickerwork carriage which had a sail attached for wind assisted drive or on his pet bull called Jupiter, which he used instead of a horse. We'll have to get there and see if the pub matches up!
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26 Riverside, Rawcliffe, Yorkshire, DN14 8RN
01405 831038
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Mon-Thu 18:00-23:00
Fri 17:00-23:00
Sat-Sunday 12:00-23:00
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