The Nuffield Arms (Halls)
Littlemore Road, Cowley, Oxford

    * John Smith's Bitter 1.90 (21.viii.1998)

As far as I can tell, this is much the same building as the Anchor on 
Hayfield Road and the Philosopher and Firkin on Cowley Road Oxford. Duck 
egg blue walls and ceilings and dark red seats. Big pool tables. Very 
large on the inside with a long bar. Loud jukebox. (21.viii.1998)

Chris Brewer writes:
An extremely large building, that could on the face of it be converted 
into a factory or warehouse. And it might as well be for all the customers 
it had. The public bar was entirely empty, with a very forlorn air. The 
lounge bar is painted a rather surprising shade of turquoise, but is a 
pleasant enough room. A handful of people were watching a speedway meeting 
from Eastbourne. (17.v.2000)

Mez updates:
The beer is kept in excellent condition and many people comment on its 
quality, particularly those of visiting darts and pool teams. The pub has 
probably changed since you last visited and is normally busy with many 
regulars and a good atmosphere. The landlord Garry Croad has been the 
tenant for a while now and has built up a regular clientele. (2.v.2001)