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The Bear at Home is an English 16th-century public house in the South Oxfordshire village of North Moreton, near Wallingford. It retains many original 16th-century features, including timber-framed walls, inglenook fireplace and a well, and was extended in 1980 to allow it to serve food.
As recently as 1930, there were four pubs in this small village, serving a population of about 400 people but The Bear at Home is now the only remaining outlet. It overlooks the village green, home of Moreton Cricket Club (M.C.C), founded in 1858, and the pub acts as an unofficial clubhouse.