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"The Cherry Tree is a traditional village local situated in Oldlands Common. We are a family run pub, for families. An attractive pub with open real fire, We are halfway between Bristol and Bath serving quality food to customers who come from far and wide. We are famed locally for our selection of homemade pies, tempting steaks & liver cooked with bacon in Guinness."

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Venue Facts

Venue: The Cherry Tree


Address:
128 West Street
Oldland Common

Bristol
BS30 9QR 51.440384, -2.472435


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Website: pub-explorer.com/gloucs/pub/cherrytreeoldlandscommon.htm

Enquiries: (0117) 932 2377

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