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Many of you might recognise this as the old St James's Church in the High Street. The main part of the building to the right became Cloisters night club. This was later renamed 'Ten'.

The Alehouse & Kitchen resides in the left hand wing of the building, completely separate from next door. It is a fully fledged bar and eatery with spacious seating and subdued lighting.

There is an upstairs section with a cut-away floor, making the best use of light from the large east facing window.

One interesting feature is the on-site brewery.



Manager: Dan Trugian