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Black Horse in East Hanney
Main Street
East Hanney


OX12 0JE | View map
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The Black Horse, 'The Community Pub in East Hanney'. Open all day every day from 11am.

A relaxing friendly atmosphere with fine ales, Tea, Italian coffees and homemade cakes. Traditional home made locally sourced food and a roast on Sundays. Wi-fi enabled, Darts in the bar and Aunt Sally in the large enclosed beer garden. Open Mic‚ Nights First Tuesday of every month, live bands. Music Quiz 2nd Tuesday and General Knowledge Quiz 4th Tuesday monthly. We now have a Piano and a large range of board games for that extra bit of entertainment.

Come try out our new covered Patio.

Just off the A338 in East Hanney. Catch the Stagecoach 31 bus directly to our door : Wantage Market Place > Grove Green > The Black Horse in East Hanney > Marcham (Howard Cornish Road) > Abingdon (Stratton Way A1) > Abingdon (Boundary House) > Bagley Wood (Sawmill) > Oxford (St Aldates G4) > Oxford (High Street K3) (There's a bus every 30 minutes peak times or every hour off peak).

Stagecoach X30 bus stops at the end of the road: Wantage Market Place > Grove Green > East Hanney A338 > Cumnor (Kenilworth Road) > North Hinksey (Elms Parade) > Oxford Station Square(R8) > Oxford (Queen Street F1) (There's a bus every hour).

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Facebook group: The Black Horse in East Hanney. Or e-mail us at (Whilst we try to check our e-mails daily, if it's important we suggest you call on the number above).

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