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The Tally Ho Inn of Littlehempston is holding a Tally Taster this weekend, August 2nd – 3rd. The mini beer festival will feature live music throughout the weekend and a BBQ, as well offering a great selection of local beer, cider and fruit wine. On the Sunday there will also be roast dinners available and a raffle. Vegetarian options will also be available on both days. The event will run from 12pm – late on both the Saturday and Sunday. There is a large free car park behind the pub so parking should hopefully not be an issue this weekend.
The Tally Ho Inn is South Devon’s first community-owned pub. Local supporters purchased the pub after hearing it had been put up for sale, and that there was an intent of changing the historical building to that of a private residence. Supporters were keen to keep their well-loved “Tally” as the traditional, warm and friendly pub at the heart of the village that it was known to be. As a result, the Tally Ho was successfully saved in order for it to remain an important part of the local community. The Tally Ho Inn is a grade 2 listed building while the picturesque church next door is grade 1 listed.
The pub is now run by landlady Hollie Brockwell and chef Chris Webley. They are looking to hear from anyone who has a memory of The Tally Ho Inn, such as an engagement or first drink. They are collecting “Tales of the Tally”, so if you have a special memory to share, then let them know!
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