Built in the late 16th century the White Bear is a very traditional looking pub in central Knutsford in the UK. This is one of the town’s most notable buildings. It’s next to one of the two roundabouts on the main A50 road through the town. After getting lunch with my dad, we were hoping the rain would stop but it didn’t. When we walked back to the pub, there was road works with bright orange cones, right in front of the entrance to the pub. As I was putting my camera away, two construction workers walked around the corner and took the cones away. As you can see from the road it was raining when this was taken. It was worth the five minute wait in the rain to get this without cones or cars in the frame. If you look closely at the wonderful thatched roof, you might see a small thatched bear to the right of the centre chimney. To the left of the chimney on top of the roof appears to be a thatched peacock.