If there’s no one behind the bar when you arrive, chances are someone on your side will serve you, such is the fraternal nature of this compact village pub just outside Exeter.
The Stoke Canon Inn was closed and the village had lost its heart. 7 years ago a group of volunteers approached the property developer who had bought the building and gained permission to re-open as a volunteer run, community pub and the rest, as they say, is history.
Now the developer wants to sell the pub and we are determined to save what has become a valuable and vital asset to our village. We are here to celebrate and commiserate. We have a stunning child friendly garden for those lazy summer days and a welcoming wood burner for chilly winter nights. We are here for groups of young villagers to network, for families to share in our traditional fare and we are here for those who are alone and need a friendly ear.
We were here for the community when the floods came one December. We were the focus for those who had been dispossessed and faced a homeless Christmas.
We are a small village and we need all the help we can get to secure the future of our pub. If you could find it in your heart to help us a little then please donate and become part of that wonderful group of people who are making donations to secure our future.
The community of Stoke Canon will be forever grateful for your help.
Thank you all so much.
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