Closed and derelict for a decade, this 18th-century village pub was bought by the local community, restored to its former glory and reopened. So very much the hub of this picturesque village, just six miles from Bridgnorth, chef Mark Harris offers a varied menu themed around the seasonal local ingredients available, plus creative evening specials. A starter of potted pork, sticky apple and crackling salad might be followed by whole plaice, creamed potatoes and warm tartare sauce. A selection of pub classics includes fish and chips and delicious pies. For dessert try apple bavarois or baked ginger parkine. There's an extensive wine list or alternatively wash it all down with one of several local ales, perhaps Hobsons Twisted Spire or Ludlow Gold.