The Saye and Sele Arms (Greenalls)
Broughton, near Banbury.

Arms: Quarterly, first and fourth argent a chevron sable between three
moles sable, second and third azure three lions rampant or.

It's an ironstone building on the main road through Broughton towards
Shipston-on-Stour with a row of benches in the front car park, and I
thought it was shut on the Sunday afternoon we went.  However, we saw
people going in, and we were served.  Greene King IPA was the only bitter
on tap, but they did have country wines behind the bar.  I had the
raspberry. It was something like Framboezen.

Next to the squiggly sign, which is mostly about Broughton Castle down the
road (the arms of the pub are the arms of Lord and Lady Saye and Sele),
but does mention that this used to be the Twistleton Arms (the coat of
arms of the Twistletons is the moley component of the Saye and Sele arms),
and shows a photograph of the pub advertising beer from a brewery in
Brackley, is a hexagonal pool table.  Never seen one of those before.