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Women's World Cup Final: Join Us for Football & Fresh Breakfast Rolls!


England Women's World Cup Team Advert

The Women's World Cup Final is almost upon us, and we at The Anchor are gearing up to make it an unforgettable event for you.


🥁 Special Day for Football Enthusiasts at The Anchor

This year, we're inviting you to join the thrill and the excitement of every goal, every move, and every moment that will make history.


On Sunday, August 20th, 2023, we're starting the celebrations early! Our doors will open at 10:30 AM, and our FULL bar service will be in action, all set to serve your favourite drinks. But that's not where the excitement ends.


Our Women's World Cup Final Breakfast Specials

What's a morning match without some mouth-watering treats? Choose from:

  • A scrumptious Bacon Roll for just £4.

  • A delightful Egg Roll, also for £4.

  • AND Want to elevate the experience? Add a fried egg to your bacon roll for an extra £1!

Because there's nothing like the aroma of freshly cooked bacon and eggs to complement the thrill of the game.


Details to Note:


📅 Date: Sunday, August 20th, 2023

🕥 Time: Doors open at 10:30 AM

📍 Venue: The Anchor, Horton Road, Stanwell Moor Village, Surrey. TW19 6AQ.


📣 Book Your Table Now for the Best Seats!

Wish to guarantee a seat amidst all the action? Click Here to book a table now.


Don't miss out on this grand blend of sport, camaraderie, and delectable delights. Rally your friends, sport your team colours, and let’s create some euphoric moments together at The Anchor.


Looking forward to seeing you here!

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Thank you to everyone who came in and set a fantastic atmosphere during the game. It was a heart-wrenching day as our valiant Lionesses were narrowly defeated in the World Cup final. The entire nation watched with bated breath as England's journey in this historic World Cup campaign came to an end. Our players gave everything, and though the result did not go our way, they have undeniably raised the profile of women's football in England.

The scenes of our players being consoled on the pitch in Australia were hard to witness, but it's important to remember that they have inspired millions across the country. Mary Earps's standout performance, earning her the Golden Glove award, and her magnificent penalty save…

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