Hinckley and Bosworth

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

September's Pub update

Monday 27 September 2021

Prince of Wales changed name to The Last Roadhouse June 2020

Royal Arms Sutton Cheney. The owners have applied for planning permission to convert the buildings into 9 new homes, a community building, green open space, retaining the pub under it's former name of The Greyhound Inn

As of 17th June 2020, the Red Lion Sapcote has new landlords Alex and Whitney

The Dog & Gun Earl Shilton has new landlords from August 2020.

The Boot Inn Ibstock has new landlords from October 2020.

The Nags Head Stapleton has new tenants JP and Sam from November 2020.

The Barwell Sports Bar - The Barn Barwell closed January 2021 due to Covid pandemic, has reopened with new landlords March 2021.

The Holywell Inn Hinckley has new landlords from 25 June 2021, after Hawthorn Leisure removed previous tenants on 13 May.

The Princes Feathers Hinckley changed hands in July 2021 following major refurbishment inside and out. They now have 2 cask ales.

The Thyme Bar & Kitchen Market Bosworth does not appear to be reopening after lock down

The Bulls Head Nailstone closed due to Covid-19 lockdown. Landlords due to leave July 2020, new landlords awaited

The Oddfellows Arms Higham on the Hill closed mid August 2018 when the landlord left. Single room village pub, with large separate dining room. Subject to contested planning permission for housing.

The Dog & Gun Hinckley is currently closed

Lee and Trudi left the Cock Inn Sibson on 13th November 2019. New landlords are awaited with the owners planning a major refurbishment.

The Four Corners Barwell (Formerly Topps) closed on 1st January 2020.