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Blythe Hill Tavern, Catford Bridge Tavern and Pelton Arms up for CAMRA award
FROM pulling pints to winning awards, three boozers are battling it out to be named south east London's pub of the year.
Catford Bridge Tavern, in Station Approach, Blythe Hill Tavern, in Stanstead Road, Forest Hill, and the Pelton Arms, in Pelton Road, Greenwich, have been nominated for an award.
The three pubs are competing against five others to be crowned the fairest bar of them all by the Campaign For Real Ale.
From the threat of changing to flats and shops in November, the Catford Bridge Tavern completed its comeback by being nominated, following a triumphant reopening in December last year.
All three pubs are encouraging punters to log on, take part and vote.
Locals can vote for their favourite at the CAMRA website with entries to close on March 30.