The week in pictures

To celebrate the return of the beloved local, north London’s Beavertown Brewery commissioned poet and comedian, Tim Key, to draft up a wee poem to welcome the pubs back.

The poem will kill two birds with one stone, being placed on the pavement line by line one metre apart outside 10 London locations, so you can have some reading material in the queue.

Key’s poem will be placed outside The Clissold Park Tavern (Cannonbury/Stoke Newington borders), Royal Inn on the Park (Hommerton/London Fields), Faltering Fullback (Finsbury Park), The Rose SE1 (Bermondsey), The Pineapple (Kentish Town), Three Compasses (Dalston), Howl at the Moon (Hoxton), Neighbour (Kentish Town), The Old Ship (Hackney Central) and The Beavertown Taproom (Tottenham!), which is also re-opening on 4 July.

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