Comment: i was born and brought up in inner city birmingham and the first holiday i ever had was a cub camp in 1959 when I camped in the orchard of the live! i was 8 at the time and have revisited many times over the years. funnily enough i now live in bromyard so will be eager to come visit at the first opportunity. very best of luck and thanks for preserving this gem for us all.
Name: Lloyd Gilbert
Date: 7 Jun 2007 12:40:00 GMT
Comment: The old place looks great, not easy hideing all those wires, Great web site, can't wait for the opening..sooon (Electrician)
Name: Mike Jones
Date: 24 Aug 2007 11:09:04 GMT
Comment: Visited here one glorious summer 1990 ish unforgettably tranquil, a brilliant location!
Name: wanda & phil gatehouse
Date: 13 Oct 2007 16:49:18 GMT
Comment: we ve just been looking at the web page,pub looks great!when are you hoping to open?
Name: Jenny Powles
Welcome Page: http://www.kc3.net
Date: 28 Oct 2007 21:11:03 GMT
Comment: WOW-what a difference! The Live and Let Live has been improved so much since we first moved into the area! I hope that everyone will take advantage of this great newly renovated pub and restaurant between Worcester and Bromyard!
Name: Captain Jon
Welcome Page: http://www.madeinbirmingham.org
Date: 19 Nov 2007 19:06:14 GMT
Comment: Well Done Sue and Good Luck from Made in Birmingham, (Birmingham's Industrial History website. I do hope you will stock Westons!!! If anybody knows the whereabouts of John Rawlins who used to play Rugby for Bromyard(and worked for Bayer Agrochem) in the 70s please contact me at madeinbirminghamATgmail.com (remove the AT and substitute @)
Name: the james family
Date: 5 Jan 2008 14:25:14 GMT
Comment: We look forward to returning soon.
Name: the james family
Date: 6 Jan 2008 16:51:28 GMT
Comment: We are looking orward to returning very very soon.We enjoyed several drinks at the live and let live before Christmas.........
Name: Paul Stanley(Fox's Company)
Country: MALVERN, UK
Date: 6 Mar 2008 17:59:00 GMT
Comment: Great free house, great atmosphere and staff..thats why we look forward to being at the Live' to do our living history weekend there with Worcester Re enactors on May 23-26th, 2008!Your hospitality offered is much appreciated!
Name: Andy Howe
Country: WIRRAL, MERSEYSIDE
Date: 15 May 2008 21:29:35 GMT
Comment: Having picked up your local CAMRA newsletter and read about this exciting project I'm planning a visit! Great to see that a few local walks have been put on the website. Although I'm not from the area, it is so important to preserve buildings like this and to operate them for their original purpose. Thank you for all your hard work Sue !
Name: Ann Gittus (nee Geeves)
Welcome Page: http://www.gittus.com
Date: 21 Jun 2008 06:08:33 GMT
Comment: Came here with mum and dad and sister Gwen in 1939 when we were evacuated to Wishmore cottage in Whitbourne. Soldiers gave us rides over the Common in their armoured cars!
Name: Richard Delingpole
Welcome Page: http://www.lhiw.org.uk
Date: 12 Dec 2008 15:55:59 GMT
Comment: Worcester Re-enactors enjoyed a spectacularly good banquet with you last Wednesday. The best fillet steak I've had in years. And sitting by the open fire with pint of ale afterwards was just perfect. There is something uncanny about the atmosphere there - very conducive to relaxation.
Name: Andy Watts
Date: 31 Mar 2009 10:26:00 GMT
Comment: Found out about Live and let live while planning a weekend break in Hereford and looking on CAMRA website.The pub looked great and what a story too. We simply had to visit and so on a lovely Spring Sunday morning we walked the common and arrived at opening time. A warm welcome, excellent beer and food.I sat with my lovely wife reading the Sunday papers and looking out of the window and thought to myself, what a wonderful World. Well done, we will be back.
Name: Valerie Heath
Country: UK AND AUSTRALIA
Date: 26 Apr 2009 23:38:41 GMT
Comment: What a delightful pub which we stumbled on quite by accident on our way to an open day at Whitbourne Hall... We thoroughly enjoyed lunch here and will be bringing our friends and family from both UK and South Australia whenever they visit to enjoy a meal here.
Name: Susan McCormick
Country: TORONTO, CANADA
Date: 10 Oct 2009 22:04:20 GMT
Comment: I had a drink at your lovely pub in May 2009. Three black sheep strolled into the outdoor area and I caught it on video. Hope to get back next time I visit my sister who lives in Pembridge.
Name: Kathy Bowles
Date: 13 Oct 2009 16:26:23 GMT
Comment: My cousin, who lives locally in Warley, suggested that a luncheon at Live + Let Live Pub while I visited from Boston, Massachusetts, would be among all the highlights experienced so far on a vacation which originated in London. She was right! Wonderful luncheon (Welsh Rarebit for me) and ale (Twisted Spire) but best of all, citrus crepe dessert. Beautiful setting and wonderfully warm pub ambience. Thanks for a most enjoyable time!
Date: 7 Dec 2010 18:42:25 GMT
Comment: We stopped by for lunch here last Saturday and it was absolutely lovely. What a great place and it's nice that they let dogs in too. Thanks for making a stop-off point a destination in itself.
Name: Rhian Davis
Date: 4 May 2011 17:39:58 GMT
Comment: My parents live on Bringsty Common & we visit with our 5 year old daughter regularly, this always includes at least 1 trip to the local! Just wanted to say a big 'Thankyou' to Sue & all her staff for making our visits so enjoyable. The food is lovely, you can tell it's fresh & cooked to order, service is also extremely good. Jess can't wait to come up & see you when we come! Congratulations Sue on your beautifully renovated & beautifully run pub!
Name: John Williams
Country: AUSTRALIA (GOROKE. VIC)
Date: 8 Jun 2011 14:15:18 GMT
Comment: I was born in Leominster and lived in Worcester prior to coming out here in 1956. My cousin and her family live in Bromyard.
Had a quiet couple plus pints on my last night in UK, back in June, 2008.
Must get back soon!
Name: Nigel & Judy Middleton
Date: 17 Oct 2011 10:07:01 GMT
Comment: We had a wonderful meal with excellent service at a family celebration.
Name: Susan Cook
Date: 31 Oct 2011 12:54:31 GMT
Comment: A wonderful warm very old fashioned pub,with super service in a friendly cosy atmosphere, a must for people who love the old charm and character that Britain is famous for,nestled in a lovely country spot.For those that enjoy a open fire and the feeling of stepping back in time give this place a go.
Date: 21 Dec 2011 15:13:10 GMT
Comment: My mates and I used to frequent the live often back in the late 70's, early 80's. The proprietor at the time didn't keep 'normal' opening hours - kekekeke.
We loved it there and am so glad to see it re-opened. Will definitely be paying a visit soon.
All the best,
Name: John Webley-Jones
Date: 26 Feb 2012 21:50:04 GMT
Comment: We paid another visit to the Live & Let Live today (260212) for lunch. We had a really good lunch, once again taking the time to admire the traditional surroundings. This really is a proper pub with great charm. We'll be back.
Name: Mike & Joan Carter
Welcome Page: http://digitalimagery.biz
Date: 10 May 2012 09:05:11 GMT
Comment: We had to travel from Conrwall to Firsby in Lincolnshire on business and arranged a break at Whitbourne, staying in a NT cottage for a week. The Live and Let Live was highly recommended so we decided to pay a visit and we are glad we did.
Having travelled a bit over the years and being a carnivore I have eated many steaks. On the menu was a 16 oz herefordshire TBone and without a doubt it was the lightest mist flavoursome steak experienced thus far.
Joan had a smaller steak and confirmed her's was exactly the same.
In fact the food was so good we returned a couple of days later before returning to Cornwall just so I could have another TBone. This time Joan had the chicken and bacon, with a mushroom sauce and a sweet to die for.
Washed down with a good ale I can and will certainly recommend this Inn to anyone who wants something mroe than just pub food.
Thank you also for the friendly welcome and chat.
We will return.
Mike & JOan
Name: Tom Taylor
Date: 2 Aug 2012 07:13:03 GMT
Comment: My wife Hazel and I had the fantastic fish and chips on the 1st August and the food, the beer and most importantly the welcome makes this a must return pub