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01778 424936 01778 424936

44–48 North Street
Bourne
Lincolnshire
PE10 9AB

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Opening Times

Mondays08:00-00:00
Tuesday08:00-00:00
Wednesday08:00-00:00
Thursday08:00-00:00
Friday08:00-01:00
Saturday08:00-01:00
Sunday08:00-00:00

*Please note: actual opening hours are subject to change. For confirmation, please contact the pub.

Opening Times

*Please note: actual opening hours are subject to change. For confirmation, please contact the pub.

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Our History

The motor-racing legend Raymond Mays lived in Bourne all of his life. Through hill climbs and speed trials, his successful racing-driver career began in 1931. He was particularly associated with a pair of Bugattis (Type 13 Brescia), known as Cordon Bleu (after the brandy of that name) and Cordon Rouge (after GH Mumm Champagne). Mays was later the driving force behind English Racing Automobiles (ERA) and then British Racing Motors (BRM). In 1972, Graham Hill won the world championship in a BRM, one of 17 Grand Prix won by the team.

Facilities

  • Baby Change
  • Children Welcome
  • Licensed Outdoor Area
  • Order & Pay
  • Pizza
  • Step Free Access
  • TV Screens
  • Wifi

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If you’d like to view a PDF of the menu, it can be downloaded using this link. Please be aware that these dishes are subject to availability in participating pubs.