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Historic Shropshire Inn enjoys awards hat trick and makes local appeal

Punch Bowl Inn Owner Adam Giles

Punch Bowl Inn Owner Adam Giles

Popular nostalgic pub and award winning carvery, Ye Olde Punch Bowl Inn is celebrating a year of awards and announcements – with the best yet to come.

Ye Olde Punch Bowl Inn on Ludlow Road is celebrating with their latest award as West Midlands Wedding Venue of The Year 2013/2014 by Your Wedding Planner Magazine. Highlighting Ye Olde Punch Bowl Inn’s excellent facilities including its popular Ludlow Suite and the professionalism of the team.

The wedding award was closely followed by a nomination by top Travel Guide Les Routier who have highlighted Ye Olde Punch Bowl Inn as one of the best inns in the UK based on customer service, quality of food, standard of accommodation, performance, feed-back from customers/subscribers and “going above and beyond standard requirements” according to Tina Griffiths Les Routier Customer Service Executive.

Owner Adam Giles (pictured) commented “This has been an amazing year for the Ye Olde Punch Bowl Inn, our team and our customers – with the recent awards and our Best Free House Pub Regional Award in the Summer, its been overwhelming. We have so much going on at Ye Olde Punch Bowl Inn in the coming months with our record breaking Christmas bookings, and our refit due in January, as part of our forthcoming announcement about us teaming up with a prestigious national brand. It’s all very exciting.”

Appeal for Historic Photos. Ye Olde Punch Bowl Inn is purported to be one of the oldest, licensed public houses in the area –licensed back in 1740 – and has since provided shelter, food and drink to travellers from all over the UK. Before this it was a toll house with the original town courthouse opposite – which is now a residential property – Proprietor Adam Giles adds “From the days the Punch Bowl was a hundred house and the courthouse opposite the pub, believed to be a holding area for criminals on trial by the Earl of the estate, as well as stables and now the modern pub that it is – As part of our forthcoming renovation, we are keen to gather as much historic information as possible from locals – from photos taken in the 1800’s if any remain, through the 1900’s – We have one dating back to around 1960, but there must be earlier ones surviving. Even sketches and paintings of the pub – Our appeal is for photos and historic documents relating to both inside and outside the building, so we can feature them in our new bar area as part of our January refit.”

Anyone with photos, documents or reverences to the Punch Bowl’s of the centuries has been asked to either call in the Punch Bowl to share them with the owners, or email them – they can event post photos on their facebook page: The Punch Bowl Inn Bridgnorth. More information on Ye Olde Punch Bowl and it’s historic appeal www.punchbowlinn.com Tel 01746 763304.

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