This pub reopened in September 2017 under its current name, after a two week refurbishment, having previously been named the Old Surrey Hounds after a local hunt called the Old Surrey Foxhounds. William Garland Soper, known as the father of modern Caterham, first lived in Caterham in 1863 and returned in 1866 to become Congregational minister. He involved himself in local affairs and among his roles were chairman of Caterham Parish Council and then Caterham Urban District Council. During his time in Caterham the population increased about ten times. This is a busy bay-windowed town centre pub and is handy for Caterham station. Although the usual single bar knock-through has occurred, two side wings of differing length remain. Formerly a Barclay Perkins establishment, later Courage and (from mid 2016) now Greene King. Food is available every day from 12-9 (12-10 Friday and Saturday). Live sport is shown on several screens around the pub. Live music is played occasionally. There will be up to three guest beers and if they are all on it is likely that two will be from Greene King and the other an independent, possibly one of the London ones.