Toad in the Hole is a traditional pub game almost exclusively to the Georgian town of Lewes in East Sussex. The game is placed with ‘toads’, large brass disks, that are thrown to a ‘hole’ suck in a surround of lead. Championships take place yearly with several of the older pubs hosting the games.
Lewes is situated on the River Ouse coming up from Newhaven. The town boasts a Norman Castle, twittens and ancient priory. There are more Bald Explorer videos about Lewes on the website.
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