PRATS on the road again
Drinking different beers again
Landlord pulling hand-pumps down
We leave the glasses clean
This will be the PRATS 8th consecutive away match including the county cup, not one single home game since the 5th December last year. The last home goal we saw was the wonderfully mesmerising cross-cum-shot by Wilson Carvalho; which sneaked under the league leaders Poole Town’s goalie, marvellous. Today we are off to see the mighty Poppies take on 2nd placed Chippenham Town; the Bluebirds, who hopefully will be unloading their guano somewhere over the white cliffs of Dover and not bothering us.
We are Pharpless; he’ll be giving the folks at Center Parcs a nasal extravaganza, the likes of which they will never wish to experience again. You won’t see many Bluebirds flying over Elveden forest this week end, although the thermals might be conducive to a bit of high altitude gliding.
Just over 2 hours down to Wiltshire and we have a couple of decent pubs on the Chippenham pubs list. The Three Crowns award winning Walter Rose Pork Pies at the weekends, occasionally Gwen's spectacular Scotch Eggs’ . Ok you’ve talked us into it.Another one worth trying is the Buttercross Inn
Masons Arms in Headington Oxford, home of Old Bog brewery, a new one for the PRATS and yet another brewery tap.e are going to the