A Blackfen micropub has won an awards for bring the best pub in London.

The Society for the Preservation of Beers in the Wood named The Broken Drum in Westwood Lane the winner for 2018.

A former nail bar, the micropub opened in 2015 and is named after an inn in Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels.

Members of the SPBW in Greater London were invited to nominated their favourite London boozers, which were then visited by a panel of judges.

The SPBW said The Broken Drum impressed with quality of the traditional draught beers, the friendly and efficient service and the fact that it is a genuine ‘community’ pub.

Dad-of-three and former computer programmer Andy Wheeler, who owns The Broken Drum, said: "With the number of micropubs in London rapidly growing, winning this award along with the awards we already have from the Campaign for Real Ale, is a huge compliment.

"I’m honoured that the judges felt that mine has the winning formula to be judged as Pub of the Year.”