Sun Inn, Leintwardine
The Sun Inn, in the beautiful, small village of Leintwardine nestling between the Shropshire hills and the rolling pasture of North Herefordshire, is possibly the last of its kind in the country.
An authentic parlour pub, it does not have a counter, till or serving hatch. Beer barrels are stored in the kitchen and the lounge bar is Flossie's sitting room.
It is as resolutely old-fashioned today as it was in the mid-Thirties, when she took it over with her brother.
Flossie died in June aged 94, and there are now concerns for the pub's survival. Yet such is the affection and devotion that she inspired that regulars are fighting to keep her legacy intact and raise the money needed to keep the pub going.
More than that, those regulars banded together in her final years to make sure the frail old lady could remain in her parlour to the end.