Hog Roast Bury St Edmunds
Some things never change. Commercials on the television are still as annoying as they were in the seventies, the MPs in house of commons still make those strange noises that they seemed to have made forever and the British summer is still decidedly British, namely the very occasional warm sunny day mixed in to about thirty wet and dismal ones. The British also like a good ghost story or horror, too. You’d think that in this modern day and age of debunking such stories that our love of such things would have diminished. Not one bit. Make it a pub with a pub and you have the perfect combination.
Such a combination exists in Bury St Edmunds in the shape of The Nutshell, the quite splendidly named pub near the marketplace, which also happens to lay claim to be the smallest pub in Britain. What the ghost’s name is or what form it takes is not known, and why it has chosen the tiniest pub in Bury St Edmunds to haunt is anyone’s guess. Perhaps it is a very small ghost indeed! Or perhaps it is a hog roast Bury St Edmunds ghost?
Maybe hog roast is too big a feast for The Nutshell but hog roast hire Bury St Edmunds chefs are no doubt noticing that their bookings are on the up as more and more people are turning to hog roast for the catering for their special events. It’s no surprise as hog roast really is the perfect catering solution for any Bury St Edmunds occasion.