105 UK Pubs Called Bulls Head
Ashby de la Zouch
Bidford on Avon
Birmingham (Hall Green)
Birmingham (Furnace End)
Guildford (West Clandon)
Henley in Arden (Wootton Wawen)
Leicester (Leicester Forest West)
London SW (Barnes)
London W (Chiswick)
Loughborough (East Leake)
Macclesfield (Mottram St Andrew)
Market Harborough (Arthingworth)
Newcastle under Lyme
Ripley (Denby Village)
Saltburn by the Sea (Skelton-in-Cleveland)
Stockport (High Lane)
Stoke on Trent (Hanford)
Stoke on Trent (Hanley)
Stoke on Trent (Kingsley)
Stoke on Trent (Burslem)
Telford (Wrockwardine Wood)
What's a Canonical Name?
To simplify searches, each pub on our database has a Canonical Name - usually a shortened version of its full name missing out any common prefixes and suffixes like "The Old", "Inn", "Tavern" and so on.
This means that "The Old Crown", "The Crown Inn" and "Ye Olde Crown Taverne" are known canonically as, simply, "Crown".
We've also dropped the "The", standarised with "and" instead of "&" and in some cases simplified pluralisation.
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