Brasenose Arms, Cropredy [Pub / Restaurant]
The Brasenose Arms is a 17th century Country Inn, situated in the heart of Cropredy, a rural village just 4 miles north of Banbury, Oxfordshire. Originally three cottages, it was converted into a Public House in the late 17th century.Today, Cropredy hosts Britain's (if not Europe's) 'friendliest' music festival - Fairport's Cropredy Convention - staged every year in August by members of the great British folk band - Fairport Convention. Here they are, sitting outside the pub, for the photo on the back of their 1973 album 'Nine'.At the Brasenose Arms, we carry on the village's great music tradition by bringing some of the very best of British and International Blues, roots and indie music, every Saturday night at 9:30pm, with free admission. Live music is always FREE here. Previous Venue of the Week on Lemonrock.
Venue Contact Details
Station Road, Cropredy, Oxfordshire OX17 1PW
|Nearest mainline station||Banbury|
|Tel||Tel: 01295 750244|
|Send Enquiry||Jill Ward|
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This venue page is jointly maintained by Lemonrock and Jill. Last updated 13 April 2017.