A summers day scene in rustic British pub is the scene for two baldies to create an awesome Double Baldscape. The two determined baldscapers don’t appear to have disturbed the other drinkers as the camera captures the two baldy heads in the foreground of this gastro pub scene. The location is at The Black Horse pubic house is Woburn , Bedfordshire England.The Black Horse offers a blend of traditional and modern – exposed beams, cosy décor and a modern “best of British” menu teamed with an exciting and varied wine list and real ales. You can be assured of a warm welcome and great dining experience every time plus you may come across the two baldies!
These two heads are shaven to within an each of their lives virtually clean of hair they have managed to keep those domes fairly shine free which is remarkable on a sunny summers day.
More about Woburn
Woburn was first recorded as a hamlet in 969 and is found in the Domesday Book of 1086. It is best known as the location of Woburn Abbey (a stately home), founded by Cistercian monks in 1145 and granted to the first Earl of Bedford in 1538 after the dissolution of the monasteries, and Woburn Safari Park. The village may have been called “Woburne Chapell” in Medieval times, in order to distinguish it from the abbey. Woburn has been burned down and rebuilt three times. A mediaeval chimney fire spread due to the prevalence of thatched roofs and closely built houses. Then, during the English Civil War, the Cavaliers burned down much of the village and in 1724 a third fire destroyed much of the town, which was re-built in the Georgian style that remains today.
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