The ‘Gun’ arose from a forge on the estate which produced cannons and cannon balls for the Nevilles: at one time an ancient cannon, made of strips of metal held together with hoops, was fired on fair days or days of celebration, and it is this that is referred to in the name: after all, many of the local villagers would have been employed in the forge.
(NB. Lord Abergavenny has kindly given us permission to use the family crest at the head of the page, but further reproduction would need to be by prior arrangement).
iFootpath have kindly created a circular walk from the pub to help you work up that thirst/appetite. You can view the walk details via any of the routes below. (varying levels of tech savyness required -Ed)
It’s been a bit of a damp start to the summer, but lets not let that get between us and a good pint…
We’d like to invite you to join us on Friday 29th July, for a tap takeover by the Tonbridge brewery. We’ve assembled a great lineup of ales and craft beer that we’d love you to try. To top it off the chefs have lined up a nice selection of smoked meats and bar nibbles to match your favorite brew.
Paul and Mark from the brewery will be on hand with a selection of their most popular beers for you to sample between 7pm – 9pm including their Traditional, Blonde Ambition, Union Pale Ale, and the new craft India Pale Ale on draught.
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