Recording the slow, sad death of the British pub
A prominent white-painted corner pub in a well-populated suburban area, just down the road from the National Inventory-listed Scotch Piper.
This large white-painted corner pub in a Derbyshire mining village makes a poignant sight in the Autumn sunshine.
The only pub in a substantial village in the north of the county. I understand there may be plans for a community buy-out.
(My own picture)