Pocket Number 2: Ye Olde Cross Keys 1332, 12 St. Mary’s Street

Ye Olde Cross Keys 1332 is one of the UK’s oldest pubs. Its premises are said to trace their pub function as far back in time as the 1300s.

The pub has a white and wood beam exterior and a large beer garden.

I approached a bartender called Clare and explained about what I was doing. Clare gave the project a beer mat and then directed for me to next approach anyone at Castle Gardens.

Unfortunately, the first 5 pictures I took with my new camera did not save as I forgot to insert a memory card into it!

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