The Tulip - Springfield

The Tulip is a very popular local community pub, which boasts all the benefits of three different pubs in one!!

A giant sports bar, with numerous large televisions showing all manner of sports events from football right through to boxing.

It is also ideal for large birthday and family functions, with regular bookings being taken for such events as well as live music and regular discos.

The middle bar or 'wine bar' as its known, has more of a homely, lounge feel to it. With leather sofas and dimmed lighting providing an excellent venue for couples or people who just want a quiet drink.

And finally the saloon bar which is the oldest part of the building, oozing with character with wooden beams and horse shoes coupled with a cosy open fire for all those cold winters evenings with a pint of our finest Ale. This area is also where our wholesome pub food is served Mondays-Saturdays 12-2pm.

All of this plus a large family garden, which hosts our summer BBQ'S and bouncy castle's for the kids as well as play equipment.

With plenty of parking to offer on site and a real community feel with the local church being supported through wakes and christenings as well as 3 football teams, 3 dart teams, 2 pool teams, a cricket team and a bowls team as well as a badminton club all being supported on a regular basis, The Tulip is the place to be!!








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