A Suffolk pub was presented with its fourth "outstanding pub" award over the weekend.

The Rumburgh Buck, near Halesworth, is managed by Stella and Tyrone Cattermole and hit national news after Ed Sheeran visited last November.

It has now been voted Overall Pub of the Year for 2024 by members of the North East Suffolk Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) branch.

This follows the two CAMRA awards it won in 2023 and another in 2022.

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Mrs Cattermole, who worked in marketing before taking on the pub in 2019, said: "It's really exciting to be recognised four times - it’s a big achievement for us."

She added she believes a focus on the customer, getting the basics right and “very, very good staff” are the secrets to their success. 

The pub holds regular events such as the fully-booked Burns Night celebration inspired by customers who wanted something to celebrate in January.

Chris Luck from North East Suffolk CAMRA said: “It’s a very welcoming, well-run pub with a loyal group of customers.”