Thomas Ingoldsby

5-9 Burgate, Westgate, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2HG
Richard Harris Barham was born in 1788, at 61 Burgate, across the road from this Wetherspoon pub. Using the pen name Thomas Ingoldsby, he wrote The Ingoldsby Legends which first appeared in 1840, in a periodical edited by Charles Dickens.
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Audience 3
  • Disabled facilities
  • Family friendly
  • Food
  • Real ale
  • WiFi free
  • Terrestrial TV
  • Camra members
  • Cask Marque members

Wetherspoon’s chairman and founder, Tim Martin, said: “We take immense pride in the restoration and refurbishment of wonderful buildings into Wetherspoon pubs. We feel that it is right to celebrate the history of the buildings.”

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Punk IPA Now Available on Draught

Published on 18/04/2018 [Expired]

Punk IPA was the beer which kick-started BrewDog’s revolution – and now it’s being rolled out on draught across our pubs.

Come and celebrate the arrival of one of the nation’s favourite craft beers on tap at your local Wetherspoon!

Valentine's Day 2018

Valid on 14/02/2018 [Expired]

This Valentine’s Day, Wednesday 14th February, two can dine at Wetherspoon for £20: enjoy two main meals, desserts and drinks* from our Valentine’s Day menu.

https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/pubs/events/valentines-day

Whichever meal you choose, we hope to see you and your loved-one on…

Burns' Week 2018

Happening from 20/01/2018 to 27/01/2018 [Expired]

Don your tartan trews and order a wee dram, as we celebrate, once again, the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.

We will be serving traditional Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties to mark the annual Burns’ Night event (Thursday 25 January), as well as throughout the week, from…

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