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Wishing Well

16 St John Street
Bromsgrove
B61 8QY

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Premises Status

This pub is permanently closed. Private Health Clinic.

Premises Type

This place does not serve real ale.

About

Formerly known as the Shoulder of Mutton, The Wishing Well dates back to the 17th century and stands on the site of a 14th century ale house. Reopened in 2005 after major referbishment by Robert Plant of Led Zepplin fame. Although a town centre pub it feels like a country inn. A popular live music venue having music on the weekends, also live sports on the large screen. Note:prices increase after 7pm.

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Wishing Well, Bromsgrove

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Wishing Well

16 St John Street
Bromsgrove
B61 8QY

Sat Nav Reference

52.333499, -2.064239

OS Reference

SO957706

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