Village hostelry is pub of the season

Pictured performing at the Scarbrough Arms Beer, Tickhill are landlord and landlady Steve and Rose Walters with local Mark Revill.
Pictured performing at the Scarbrough Arms Beer, Tickhill are landlord and landlady Steve and Rose Walters with local Mark Revill.
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Staff at the Scarborough Arms in Tickhill are celebrating after being named the District Pub of the Season for 2013.

Landlord and landlady Steve and Rose Walters are over the moon at receiving the commendation from the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).

Situated in the attractive village of Tickhill, this beautiful old pub is divided into three separate rooms – a feature that is becoming sadly less common these days. There is a tap room with TV and bar billiards, a large front lounge and, in between, a small, very attractive, snug where all the furniture and fittings are made from old barrels.

Steve said: “This is a great accolade and we look forward to being officially recognised by CAMRA.”

As befits a popular village pub, it is also an important part of the local community, particularly on gala day when the large beer garden is popular. It also takes a prominent role in the village’s annual T-Fest music festival.