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"Red Neck Trailer Park of St Werburghs"

A review of The Victoria Public House by Victor Smelldrew written on Monday 23rd of November 2020

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I first thought when entering the Victoria that it was a waiting room for psychiatric services and not actually a pub, lots of strange characters littered the place, the barman on my particular visit didn't have a great grasp of the English language or the necessary skills to pull an acceptable pint, he seemed more interested in playing on his phone than being a hospitable bar keep.The gents toilets smelt like an open cesspit and a flea's fart could probably provide more air power than the hand dryer.Not a place for young people the average drinkers age seemed to be about 65 and lots of squawking old ladies. If I lived close by and was diagnosed with a terminal illness and couldn't walk very far i'd still go down to the Off Licence, but if you need a life boost to make you feel good about yourself and that you are pretty normal visit and have a couple of pints once in a while and cast your eye on the trailer park rejects that inhabit this twilight world..

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