The Bull Pub is an extremely popular eating and drinking pub, well known for great food, cask ales, and warm friendly service.
Whether it is a family celebration or a friendly pint with your mates you will find the Bull an extremely hospitable place. Many of our customers live in the village while others travel several miles to see us.
There is something for everybody; from great value to brilliant choices from around the world, premium specials, and from Sky Sports to regular live music events. The family Sunday Carvery continues to be hugely popular, and we now offer a daily lunchtime carvery. Our chefs produce many homemade dishes and keep the specials board filled with exciting new meals.
Many nightclubs operate a “guest list” that allows certain attendees to enter the club for free or at a reduced rate. Some nightclubs have a range of unpublished guest list options ranging from free, to reduced, to full price with line by-pass privileges only. Nightclub goers on the guest list often have a separate queue and sometimes a separate entrance from those used by full price-paying attendees. It is common for the guestlist line-up to be no shorter or even longer than the full-paying or ticketed queues. Some nightclubs allow clubbers to register for the guest list through their websites. Web applications have been developed to manage nightclubs’ guest list process.
A distinctive feature of a nightclub is also the fact that it can serve as a hub for substances like alcohol, which could affect third parties, creating a negative externality of consumption. The culture of nightclubs creates a sense of consuming alcohol in larger quantities than usual. A study in São Paulo looking to identify causes of binge drinking found that environmental variables such as more number of dance floors, a higher level of noise, and ‘all you can drink’ services to be significantly linked to binge drinking. Furthermore, the culture created around nightclubs to indulge in ‘pre-drinking’ accentuates the amount of alcohol consumed, which leads to more problems in residential areas off nightclub premises (for example, a higher chance of participating in a fight)