I am afraid most small village pubs are either closed, closing or turning into mainly food orientated. Places like the Greyhound used to exist to slake the thirst of local farm workers after a days toil in the fields, but villages like Saxton have turned into commuter villages for local towns, so on return from a hard drive from Leeds the main priority now is to ferry the children to various activities in bigger places! Some village pubs show initiative, but this is severely discouraged by the current brewery policies - music, quiz nights, sandwiches have all been withdrawn to maintain a cheap beer policy. From my limited knowledge, the Greyhound is probably too small to do very much anyway, but I do recall Saxton did have another pub which had a very good reputation for food, but that also closed many years ago. I fear many villages are suffering a decline in local facilities, but at least Sam Smiths do not take an accountants view of their assets.