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Raising a glass to awards success





Claire and Jim Alexander, landlords of the Ebrington Arms, celebrate their AA Rosette Award for culinary excellence 2016/17 with head chef Chris Ellis. This award was presented last October.
Claire and Jim Alexander, landlords of the Ebrington Arms, celebrate their AA Rosette Award for culinary excellence 2016/17 with head chef Chris Ellis. This award was presented last October.

TWO Cotswold pubs owned by Claire and Jim Alexander are celebrating high praise this week following the announcement of several awards.

The Ebrington Arms, near Chipping Campden and The Killingworth Castle in Wootton by Woodstock both received high praise from both the AA rosette awards scheme and Michelin.

The Ebrington Arms, that has been run by Jim and Claire Alexander for nearly ten years, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for the sixth year running. Its sister pub, The Killingworth Castle in Wootton by Woodstock has retained its coveted Michelin ‘Bib Gourmand’ for the third year running and also an AA rosette. Both pubs are Michelin and CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) recommended.

The Ebrington Arms has either won or been runner-up (North Cotswolds CAMRA) in seven out of the eight years and The Killingworth Castle received runner-up for the first time in it’s second year of business last year under the couple’s ownership (North Oxon CAMRA).

The couple brew three of their own beers and are hoping to start bottling their most popular ale, Yubby Bitter in time for Christmas.



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