Vine Inn19 Church Street
Small, two-roomed pub which used to be a Victorian school house. An old limestone building featuring oak beams and stone floors. There is a partially covered beer garden at the rear. Entertainment includes a monthly quiz night and darts board, live music and themed evenings. Functions can be catered for. Once a Charles Wells house, it reopened as a freehouse in 2011 with five handpumps dispensing two regular beers and a constantly changing range of mostly LocAle guests, with a range of ciders. Free nibbles are provided Sunday lunchtime and early during the week. The television in the main area is only used for major sporting events. Received a Peterborough CAMRA Gold Award in June 2014. In the Good Beer Guide for the past 5 years.