hare and hounds

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an outdoor game


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Passing the buildings of Swan Farm on our right we reach the B1447 and our starting point at the Hare and Hounds Inn is directly ahead across the road.
The band played their first concert at the Hare and Hounds in 1979, an event commemorated with a PRS Music Heritage award and plaque.
Rouge put Village ahead in the 26th minute but early in the second half Hare and Hounds replied when Ryan Wallace found an equaliser.
He has worked on and off at the Hare and Hounds for years and has returned for another stint while also working for a solar panels installation firm.
Ms Allen also said the Hare and Hounds had always been at a disadvantage as its opening hours were later than those of nearby pubs.
Roland Gift is playing an intimate show at the Hare and Hounds pub, showcasing new songs from forthcoming album Return To Vegas and performing classic hits from his band Fine Young Cannibals.
KNOWN for her witty lyrics and deadpan singing style, Aussie songstress Courtney Barnett will bring a little sunshine to Birmingham's Hare and Hounds this week.
an HARE AND HOUNDS clinched a Lea Cup double last week, without kickin in anger
Customers of the Old Hare and Hounds in Rednal raised the money through quiz nights and other events - bringing the total raised for the local hospice movement tomore than pounds 5,000 in three years.
The Hare and Hounds in Mirfield took top marks for the quality of its beer.
Dangerous Girls HARE AND HOUNDS, KINGS HEATH, BIRMINGHAM prog-punk band Dangerous Girls are reuniting to remember a gig they played 34 years ago.
TIPPED quartet Skaters play Hare and Hounds, Kings Heath, tonight.
THE Tommy Rogers Cup final ran true to form as the league high-flyers Hare and Hounds ran out 5-1 winners against The Duck.
It's a tonic then that comedy returns to Kings Heath's salubrious Hare and Hounds on Sunday.