Griffin InnChurch Green
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Presided over by Jean, the landlady since 1973, this typifies the friendly community pub where some of the customers have been present for a similar amount of time. Situated next to the 15th-century All Saints Church, the bells of which are one of the Seven Wonders of Wales, the irregular, open plan, single room is adorned with a variety of interesting pictures. The single bar is the centre of lively conversation but it doesn’t impinge on the quieter corners. There is a lawned area to the side, with seating. Children are welcome, in some areas, until 8pm. The No1 Chester - Wrexham bus stops in the village 0.4 miles from the pub