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Named after the Master of Revels to Queen Elizabeth I and King James I. Edmund Tylney lived at The Mansion which stood on the site of the present library.

Former Woolworth store, this typical Wetherspoon’s pub provided a good addition to Leatherhead’s drinking scene when it opened in the late 1990s. Edmund Tylney, a Leatherhead man, was Master of the Revels to Queen Elizabeth I. This post had the power to licence plays. Bar area has high tables and chairs, plus a raised area with more comfortable seating. The other half is raised and features a large wooden staircase to a balcony. Glass partitions help make the separate booths light but still private. The height of the interior gives it a spacious feel. Children are allowed in until 9pm if they are eating. Usually 5 or 6 changing beers and they vary regularly.

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The World's Biggest Pub Quiz 2019

Published on 11/02/2019 [Expired]

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Tax Equality Day

Valid on 13/09/2018 [Expired]

In a bid to highlight the benefits of a VAT reduction across the hospitality industry, all J.D Wetherspoon outlets in England, Wales and Northern Ireland* will be cutting the price of all food and drink by 7.5% for one day only!

*Offer includes only food and soft drinks in Scotland.