Silver Ball14 Fair Street
St Columb Major
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Busy pub, which takes its name from the annual Cornish hurling match between 'town' and 'country' held on Shrove Tuesday. On the walls are lots of old maps and pictures of the town including many of hurling. Although a single room, which includes a wood burner, there are distinct areas either side of the front entrance. The three handpulls are situated at the end of the three-sided bar and dispense beers from national breweries sourced from the pubco list. A 'buy 10 pints of cask beer, get 1 free' card is available with all completed cards entered into a monthly draw. The cost of a half pint is substantially more than half the price of a pint. The pool table is well used but the dart board less so. Regular bingo and quiz nights are held. There is a garden to the very rear in addition to on-street benches at the front. Additional info: For clarity, last orders are at XX:30 with time called at XX:40 and the pub vacated at XX:00.