Jack and Jill, Coulsdon, Surrey   2 comments


The pub sign for the Jack and Jill in Coulsdon ticks all the boxes for me: front and back are different, it tells a story, and the art work is, ehhhhh, primitive.  Grand.



Speaking of primitive, there was a landscaping truck parked in front of the sign and not 20 strides away from the toilet inside the pub.  A guy stood in the bed of the truck pissing into a pile of grass clippings while his mate waited for him.  I don’t know if this is a statement on them, the compost, or the J&J loos but they followed me into the bar.



Inside, I was tempted by the Pogues Whiskey but was really feeling the mileage (more today than in any of the last three weeks) so I stuck with a lager and went out for some fresh air mixed with second-hand smoke.



Well worth a stop if you are on the London Outer Orbital Path, but a bit out-of-the-way if you are just visiting town for the day.



Posted May 13, 2017 by Drunken Bunny in Pubs

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