2009 Pub Challenge

The Oxford Monopoly Pub Challenge Event - 2009

The 2009 event began at around 10:15 at the Holiday Inn on Saturday 5th September 2009. It was a nice sunny day, much the same as the day the original pub pictures were taken back on the 13th April.

Click Here for Map of The 2009 Route.

Eight of us started the challenge. Dave, Roy, Cliff, Malcolm, Bob, Simon, John and Tim. Three from Banbury, one from Charlbury and the rest from Kidlington.
Thanks to Bob for the time keeping, watch that fire extinguisher, and Simon and Tim the official photographers.

The 2009 Pub Challenge Photos.

Pear Tree - Holiday Inn

The motley crew, Simon, Bob, Roy, Malcolm, Dave, Cliff, minus John, where has he gone? and Tim, taking photo.
No alcoholic drinks here because the bar never opened until 11:00, so coffees and orange juice.

Wolvercote - The Plough

Banbury Road - The Dew Drop Inn

St Giles - Lamb & Flag

Ashmolean Museum - Eagle & Child

Walton Street - Jude the Obscure

Great Clarendon Street - Old Bookbinders

The Randolph Hotel

Broad Street - The White Horse

The Parks - The Kings Arms

University of Oxford - The Turf Taven

Cowley - Cape of Good Hope

Iffley Road - Oxford Blue

This should have been The Cricketers, but that was closed, so we went here, just up the road,.

The Kassam Stadium - The Britannia

Headington - The White Horse

High Street - The Chequers

Can’t as yet find us in The Chequers, but here we are getting there

Market Street - The Mitre

St Aldates - St Aldates Tavern

John here, but where’s everyone else?

Folly Bridge - The Folly Bridge Inn

The Clarendon Centre - The Royal Blenheim

Cornmarket - The Crown

St Michael at the Northgate - Three Goats Heads

Gloucester Green - The Gloucester Arms

Outside the Gloucester Arms !!!

St Thomas Street - The Brewery Gate

The photographer sums up the moment – blurred.

Oxpens Road - The Honey Pot

Oxford Station - The Kite

Finished !! Everyone is there some where !!

Well a great day out I think, here’s to next year.

Quote of the Day

“Its not the beer, its the travelling”

Cliffy I think