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Flood-hit Kirkstall Bridge named Camra pub of year

Kirkstall Bridge Inn, which was twice hit by floods over the winter months, has scooped a prestigious Leeds Camra real ale award.

The pub, which was swamped by the River Aire in November and more than six feet of water on Boxing Day, has netted the pub of the year award for the third year in a row.

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Community pub of the year award went to The Fleece on the outskirts of Pudsey.

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