May Bank Holiday

This may bank holiday The Dicky hosted a tractor rally & the unofficial annual pram race after party. 

The Dicky

As this beautiful 1800's Suffolk pub is known by locals and regulars.

Thought to stem from its previous name, The Kicking Donkey Beer House. The Royal Oak Inn is effectionatly known as The Dicky, meaning donkey in Suffolk dialect.


Saturday 4th

Live Music (1pm - 4pm) & Pizza (3pm - 8pm)

Thursday 16th

Open Mic - from 7:30pm

Sunday 26th

Live Music - D'ukes - 6 piece ukulele band

Cask Ales

Cask ale has a loyal following at The Royal Oak.  The three traditional hand pulls allow for us to offer a range of cask ales, offering something for everyone.

Currently on tap; Green King Abbot Ale, Green King IPA with London Pride potentially appearing this weekend.

Good Beer

Great Company

Welcome to the Royal Oak

Whats new?

Febuary 2024

New managment...

Tom Brown has taken over management of The Royal Oak. The pub has been given a fresh lick of paint and a spring clean.

A food offering is planned in the coming months.


The artwork throughout the pub is courtesy of Catalina Carvajal. A Suffolk based illustrator whose art brings colour and interest to the walls of the pub.

Beer Garden....

We've mowed, pruned & weeded. 

By the summer we hope to have the Pétanque pitch fully operational.

Games Room

Watch this space! 

We're on the hunt for pub games to transform the Snug into a games room.

Think Toad, Pub skittles, Billiards...


Open Mic

Third Thursday of the month.

Beginning this coming March.



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