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Bury St Edmunds: Never mind the sunshine, what about Christmas?

15:46 19 July 2013

The One Bull in Bury St Edmunds has just launched its Christmas menu on one of the hottest days of the year. Pictured is manager Naomi Townsend.

The One Bull in Bury St Edmunds has just launched its Christmas menu on one of the hottest days of the year. Pictured is manager Naomi Townsend.

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It might be the hottest week of the year – but that hasn’t stopped one west Suffolk pub getting ready for Christmas.

With 158 days until December 25 and as Suffolk basks in a heat wave The One Bull in Bury St Edmunds has unveiled it’s festive menu.

Manager Naomi Townsend said people were already booking tables to sample wintry treats like Christmas pie, brewshed braised blade of beef and winter vegetable stew.

But for those intent on enjoying the sunshine now, the pub is also serving up Cloudy Summer – a pale ale produced by their own micro-brewery.

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