Shuckburgh Arms, Southwick, Northamptonshire (Public house) - Open
6-10 Mon; 4-11 Tue-Sat; 12-10 Sun
closed Mon & Tue; 12-11 Wed-Sat;
Brewsters Hophead [H]
Grainstore --other-- [HG]
Nene Valley Bitter [H]
guest beers [H]
Stone-built pub near the village hall consisting of a bar with real fire and restaurant. This pub is run by the local community with shareholders and a small committee. Red Kites often visible from large rear garden and the village cricket pitch is close by. Outside there is a covered patio area with bar and handpump. Popular well-priced food. Pub grub night on Wednesday; fish and chip night Thursday. Up to five real ales available, usually from local breweries. The pub is named after the Reverend John Shuckburgh, whose cousin George Capron bought Southwick in 1841. The World Conker Festival is held here in October and the pub cricket team plays throughout the summer.