Three Tuns relaunched as community pub in Guilden Morden

PUBLISHED: 07:01 07 August 2019

The grand reopening of The Three Tuns in Guilden Morden. Picture: Greg Butterworth

The grand reopening of The Three Tuns in Guilden Morden. Picture: Greg Butterworth


The Three Tuns in Guilden Morden has officially been relaunched as a community pub, and the grand re-opening was attended by more than 500 people.

The pub's relaunch comes after a long fight by campaigners to get the pub reopened - and after more than 260 people bought shares in the venture and money was raised, it was finally made possible.

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South Cambs MP Heidi Allen and county councillor Sebastian Kindersley cut the ribbon, as a restored Battle of Britain Hurricane plane flew overhead piloted by pub supporter 'Kirk' Kirkpatrick.

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Landlady Megan Fiskey told the Crow: "It was incredible - and very overwhelming to have all the support for this project from the community.

"We only moved to the area in May and we already feel like we've lived here for years.

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"We are going to mark the event each year with an annual day for people to come together."

This week the pub held its first 'Tuns Talk' and launched a new menu.

For more information go to or search The Three Tuns, Guilden Morden on Facebook.

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