George's Meeting House38 South Street
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This pub is the former George's Meeting, and is "listed" as having special interest as an unaltered 18th-century chapel. It was built as a Unitarian chapel in 1760, and named after King George III who came to the throne the same year. There are lovely stained glass windows, upstairs galleries and even a pulpit in situ. It opened as a Wetherspoon in January 2005. It is very popular both lunchtimes and evenings. Food is served all day, and a good range of real ales are always on offer. The real cider is Sandford Orchards.