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EAGLE and CHILD, Oxford

EAGLE and CHILD, Oxford
EAGLE and CHILD, Oxford

Popular 17th century pub known for its associations with regulars , the writers RR Tolkien and CS Lewis. The pub is also known as 'the bird and baby'. It is owned by St John's College, but leased out.

Location/Address: 49 St Giles
County: Oxfordshire
Post Code: OX1 3LU
Main Historic Period: Modern
Link to featured article: Aslan and Gandalf go for a pint
Useful Website Address: Entry on CAMRA's website
Tip/Nearby: Oxford City Centre and colleges. Lamb & Flag is opposite.
Primary Management: Private - open to the public
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