Iconic Half Moon pub reopens in Herne Hill

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Iconic Half Moon pub reopens in Herne Hill

An iconic south London pub that hosted the likes of Frank Sinatra and U2 has reopened after almost four years. 

The Half Moon in Herne Hill was forced to shut in 2013 after a flood. 

It was at the centre of a community campaign to restore it as a music venue.

But the plan was rejected by Southwark Council, in favour of handing it over to a well known brewery. 

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