Durham Ox, 111 Shrewley Common, Shrewley , Warwickshire, CV35 7AY
Telephone: 01926 842283 Email: 8616@greeneking.co.uk

The Durham Ox, Warwickshire

The Durham Ox was built in the 18th century, and supplied beer to the navvies building both the nearby canal and railway. The name is said to derive from a famous beast of that name which was exhibited at local cattle shows, and is portrayed on the pub’s sign. It was once well known for its Marrow Sunday post harvest celebration, steam fair, flower and produce competition and auction,  before being converted in 2002 to the large pub restaurant you see today.

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Shopping Nearby Refurbished On-site Parking Good for walking Free WiFi Dogs Welcome AA Rating

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