Parsons' BarnFrobisher Way
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Grade II Listed barn tastefully done up by Wetherspoon. A distinctive old listed building in the shape of an old barn, it has been a pub for over thirty years. Inside it features a bar, an open fire place, a free-standing glass mezzanine area and two large beer gardens at the front and back of the building. Local photos, commissioned artwork and information boards relating to the history of the area are displayed around the pub. There is a feature artwork on the chimney stack showing Emerald moths, to highlight the discovery of the Essex emerald moth by Christopher Parsons, whose family built Parsons Barn over 250 years ago. 7 real ales are available, 3 regular and 4 guest beers along with the normal Wetherspoon range of craft beer. It now stocks real ales from the local George's brewery from Great Wakering