- the name of a popular country Pub and Restaurant in an ancient inn, dating from the 1600s, in Bodenham eight miles north of Hereford, England. This inn is featured on the following website: www.englandsgate.co.uk. The name comes from the fact that it once stood at the gate to one of the medieval open fields of Bodenham, called England's Field. Future events: 24th August 2008: Treasure Hunt followed by Karaoke in the evening.
- Pevensey, known as 'England's gate'. The term is used several times of Pevensey by Rudyard Kipling in Puck of Pook's Hill ... e.g: "If Fulke is given my Pevensey, which is England's gate, what will he do with it?"