Throwback Thursday: The Admiral Rodney Pub, Wollaton

When exploring some of the buildings in Wollaton, Nottingham as part of September’s Open Heritage weekend we stopped off in the Admiral Rodney Pub for lunch (the food was delicious and I would absolutely recommend it).

The pub used to be a farm building in the eighteenth century and is named after an admiral who defeated the French fleet in the West Indies in 1782 and was a relative of the owners of nearby Wollaton Hall. 

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