Pubs and Children

My sister and I were lucky as children: when we were on holiday and Mum and Dad fancied a drink we were not parked outside the pub alone with a packet of crisps and a bottle of pop, they sat with us – we all shivered together.  Not for them the handy excuse offered by the licensing laws for a child free hour or so.   Modern pubs are family friendly and children are inside, not left loitering on the street.

Photo: Aldeburgh, Suffolk, August 2011

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