Ethnographic Writing

Bob Jeffrey (Editor), Lisa Russell (Editor)

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This book documents four case studies of village pub survival. The first survives due to the resourcefulness and creativity of the couple who lease the Carpenters Arms in Miserden. The second, the Hog at Horsley, is leased as a free house by an entrepreneurial couple who have developed two other businesses so they can help the survival of each of them through diversification of enterprise. The Woolpack Inn Slad is loved by a wide clientele as a contrast to mass produced fake commercial pubs and is supported by the dedication of the environmentalist/owner who has preserved its past. The village owned model of the Red Lion in Arlingham has brought the community together in a joint enterprise to ensure the survival of their village pub
Original languageEnglish
PublisherE&E Publishing
Number of pages205
ISBN (Print)9780993108570
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2018


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