The Angel Pub
A pub for the whole community in Wimborne
Situated on the edge of rolling countryside just outside Bournemouth and close to the historic market town of Wimborne, the Angel is the perfect example of a traditional country pub at the heart of its local community.
The site has been an Inn since the 1700’s when it was run by a monk and nuns for weary travellers and the pub joined the Hall & Woodhouse family in 1935, being extended to include the adjoining thatched cottage in 2003. It’s most definitely haunted too; with events include flying cutlery, numerous hearings of a young child saying ‘daddy’ and a man in the mirror…fun times indeed!
With a beautiful garden and children’s play area outside, roaring log fires and oak beams inside and regular events, the Angel really is a great place to relax and unwind all year round.
Following the Government’s instruction on the 20th March 2020, we have temporarily closed our doors to protect our guests and our team from the risk of spreading COVID-19.
We are now focussing on the immediate future and how we can continue to make people’s day during the temporary closure of our pubs. We will also ensure that we are well prepared to re-open when it is right to do so.
"I am good but not an angel. I do sin, but I am not the devil.
I am just a small girl in a big world, looking for someone to love”
Introducing Forum, the brand new lager from Hall & Woodhouse.
Forum is a 4.2% refreshing Helles style lager, with a delicate flavour from the Weihenstephan yeast and a subtle fruity lemon character from Hallertau Blanc and Huell Melon hops.
The name refers not only to Blandford Forum, the location of the H&W brewery where this new, exciting lager is brewed, but also to a meeting or gathering where ideas and views can be exchanged. And where better to meet and put the world to rights than in a traditional British pub, where you can enjoy this refreshing drink with friends and family.
So what are you waiting for, make sure you try a pint next time you visit.
It was deep in Dorset’s rolling hills and patchwork fields, in 1777, that local farmer Charles Hall brewed our first beer. A union of the Hall & Woodhouse families soon followed and the story of Badger beer had begun.
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