Wealden MP Nus Ghani has nominated the Rose
and Crown in Mayfield for the Parliamentary Pub of
the Year awards.
The Parliamentary Pub of the Year awards, run by the
Campaign for Real Ale, are a UK-wide competition
to find the nation’s best pub, with each MP able to
nominate one pub from their constituency.
Throughout August, Nus ran a competition inviting
Wealden residents to nominate their favourite local
pub, with the most popular pub to be nominated
for the finals.
After reaching thousands of people across Wealden,
27 Wealden pubs were nominated to Nus. The
Wheatsheaf in Crowborough came 3rd, while the
Laughing Fish in Isfield, who won Pub Chef of the
Year last year, came 2nd.
Nus Ghani, MP for Wealden, said: “I am delighted
that Wealden residents have chosen the Rose
and Crown in Mayfield to be nominated for the
Parliamentary Pub of the Year awards.”
“The response to my competition to nominate
your favourite local pub was fantastic, and the fact
that so many wonderful local Wealden pubs were
suggested is testament to the diverse range of
pubs we are lucky to have in Wealden. Thank you
to the hundreds of people who took part.”
“The Parliamentary Pub of the Year showcases the
finest pubs across the country, and I am sure that
the Rose and Crown will go far in the competition.”