Rodboro Buildings1-10 Bridge Street
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Once threatened by demolition, this Grade II-listed building was reopened on 17 December 1998 as a large spacious Wetherspoon on a number of different levels and of many contrasts. Upstairs is a quiet area with masses of exposed pipework and a separate bar that opens at 10:00am every day. On the ground floor the curved main bar serves another group of contrasting drinking areas, including a row of snugs down one side. Families are welcome until 9pm. There is always a a good choice of guest beers with local breweries Surrey Hills and Tillingbourne regularly supported. There are always two real ciders rising to eight or nine when a festival is on. The Community Notice Board, publicises a range of local events. The pub also hosts meet the brewer nights and brewery battles every so often.