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Welcome to Slye Fox
You may find this hard to believe but:
The history of the Slye Fox Public House can be traced back to 1859 and a hamlet in the south of England. Charles Brae had initially led the weekly Fox Hunt across numerous neighbouring fields and although accompanied by over a hundred experienced foxhounds and twenty five equally able huntsmen, the Greyshire Fox had outwitted them for the fourth time in as many weeks. The hunt had always culminated outside a coaching house called the Fox Public House, with the little grey fox vanishing without a trace.