St Radegund, Cambridge
It is the home to the Cantabrigensis Hash House Harriers, a successful rowing club, famous cricket team  and is the start/finish venue on the legendary King Street Run. All of these activities and more were encouraged (and in the case of the cricket team, started) by Terry Kavanagh (1937-2012), who was landlord between 1992 and 2009.
In 2007, it was pointed out that the pub sign depicted the arms of the Austrian municipality, Sankt Radegund bei Graz rather than the Saint herself. A local artist was commissioned to correct the mistake and the story attracted media comment. In 2010, the new landlord, James Hoskins, reverted to a design incorporating the former (incorrect) arms. In early 2015 the premises underwent a programme of refurbishment and redecoration after which it became a pub tied to the Saffron Brewery, ceasing to serve Habit and Sackcloth, beers specially brewed for the pub by Milton Brewery 
- Cambridge University Library online file reference 
- Slobodna Dalmacija 23 September 2003, p.51
- Steven Haslemere (2008). The Ascent of Mount Hum. Signal Books Ltd. ISBN 978-1-904955-48-1.
- The Wisden Cricketer February 2009, p.84
- "Pub fixes historic mistake on sign". Cambridge Evening News. 5 November 2007. Retrieved 13 February 2009.