Daylesford’s Carole Bamford to open second Cotswolds pub

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Daylesford to open second Cotwolds pub restaurant The Fox

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Daylesford founder Carole Bamford will open a second Cotswold pub early next year.

In Oddington, The Fox follows the success of The Wild Rabbit, which launched in 2013. 

The Fox will be a less high-end than The Wild Rabbit - which briefly held a Michelin star when Tim Allen was running the kitchen​ - with a hearty menu planned featuring burgers, fish & chips and Sunday roasts, made with local organic ingredients.

The pub will seat up to 90 covers inside while a terrace will accommodate a further 40 people. The pub will also have eight bedrooms. 

Daylesford is a pioneer of organic farming with an upmarket restaurant and retail business that includes four Daylesford Farmshop & Café in central London and a further site in Gloucestershire. 

Daylesford Farm is set in over 2,500 acres of organic countryside and was recently awarded a Green Star by Michelin Guide. It has three on-site restaurants - The Old Spot, The Trough Café and The Legbar - and a cookery school. 

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