Last “dry” village in England goes “wet”

A newsagent in the last “dry” village in England now has a license to sell beer and wine for off-premises consumption. Bourneville, a Birmingham suburb with a population of 25,000, was created by the Cadbury family 120 years ago with a ban on local alcohol sales. The Quaker family operated a renowned chocolate maker.

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