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The site the Greyhound sits on was originally built as a Yeoman's House in 1540. It became a Manorial Court House with its own cells in 1558. It was extended in 1704 to what you see today. It has been at different times, a private house, a butcher’s shop, a slaughterhouse, a hardware shop and oatcake shop! King George 2nd has been a visitor.
Today, it is a much loved proper pub with real fires, quality award winning home cooked food, great rotating cask ales, It is at the centre for village life and the good folk of Penkhull.
Come along and see what all the fuss is about, with a weekly quiz on Monday evenings and an Acoustic Night voted THE BEST in Stoke on Trent! You’ll be assured of a very warm welcome!
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