Sir Charles Napier
Our local pub became an up-market restaurant Sir Charles Napier very many years ago. It's a pleasant 10 minute stroll across the fields from our house. We used particularly to enjoy their foraging lunches, where the diners would troop round the countryside with a foraging expert and collect funghi or wild garlic, which the chef would then whip up in front of our eyes into a delicious lunch. Sadly it's still closed with no sign of when it might reopen. I hope your favourite local reopened today!
Just for the record, General Sir Charles Napier was a successful Victorian soldier who eventually became Commander-in-Chief in India. There is a statue of him in Trafalgar Square (Ken Livingston tried but failed to get it removed) and the New Zealand town of Napier was named after him. I am not aware of any association with this area.