About

Like home from home Oak & Pastor specialises in creating a warm and welcome setting to relax and unwind. Dedicated to delivering a wide range of Fine wines, Great food and the best of real Ales. Our extensive menus boasts an impressive selection of handpicked, High end  whiskeys and top shelf spirits, an exclusive list of wine and Champagne and our kitchen menu is suited for adults and children with homemade daily specials, Brunch, lunch and dinner options. Please see our menus page for more information.

A pub for all seasons the venue boasts two striking suntrap gardens for the summer and an open fire place for those cold winter nights matched with luxurious red velvet curtains and comfortable seating. 90% of our venue has reclaimed church furniture creating a feeling as if the Oak and pastor has been here for years….

In the main bar we are happy to take table bookings for all group sizes to ensure a table whether you’re eating or drinking. As well as our main bar we also have a large function room “The vestry”. Situated on the second floor the Vestry again is perfect for any occasion. Light and airy, the room boasts high ceilings, Natural light, Dramatic Chandeliers and again an original fire place. Parties of all sizes can be catered for with our special events Canapé Menu please see our hire page for more information or to make an enquiry.

With lots of events running we keep things exciting with live comedy night Raconteurs in the Vestry every Wednesdays from 8pm which has proved very popular to date, we promise this is a thoroughly enjoyable night.

History

JunctionArms (1904)The Origins of this building can be traced back to the 19th century; the first record being a public house in 1889 when it was christened the Junction Arms. During the Second World War this building was damaged by the bombing, however only suffered minor damage to the exterior structure. In 1964 the Junction Arms became the Drum and Monkey, the tenant instigated the story behind this unusual name, at the time owning an ornament depicting a drum and monkey (odd!!).

So the years have gone by, the Oak and Pastor has passed through many hands, had many different personalities, seen many things, so many different stories could be told – if only this dear old pub could talk.

This is just a brief insight into the history of a nearly 200 year old pub has to offer, its time for another story to be told, here’s to the future, the next chapter awaits us, we hope you will be a part of it and enjoy it as we will!

Eat, Drink & Enjoy!