The Pheasant Inn
‘The Pheasant Inn’ gained its name from the door which was bought by the Flambards team at auction. The glass on the exterior lamp was then specially etched to match.
Victorian landlords were known to add salt to beer in order to keep their customers thirsty, forcing them to spend more. The floors were usually coated with sawdust as a way of soaking up drink spillages… or more unpleasant accidents the customers may have!
FUN FACT - In Victorian London, one in every 77 houses was a pub. In Newcastle there was one pub for every 22 families.