Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by Teddy, Mar 8, 2018.
Was Draycotts before isaacs not sure before that
Wasn’t it the travellers or 3 travellers or something.
I enjoy a beer in old pavilion, Alabama alligator then on to Gardner’s, mind ya is a while since I’ve been in town
What are they old money? Where are they?
top of grahams orchard on right not a clue what its called now
Lord Nelson was the shambles also o neills etc etc or where it was .. im on about pub at side of that lane across from central library that is a curry house.
Garrison is the old lucorum, Opium is at the side of the wine bar on peel parade and jocks cavern is above th grill pit (old yates)
Yeh draycotts.. forget original old name of it
original name was as already said 3 travellers and i believe the oldest building still standing in town. When they were doing a refurb some years ago they found an unknown fireplace behind the one they where working on that pushed the history of the building back hundeds of years
There's a National Express that comes back even later.
Garrison is doing some cracking live music, keep an eye on the listings
Penny Farthing, White Hart, Gyngleboy, Three Travellers, Ring o' Bells, Lord Nelson eeeeeeee when I were a lad
Back to a bar again. Alexander Cocktail Bar owned by the Eastern European's.
Yes - Three Travellers Inn 1950's
Theres no pubs in bark green. Only a Wmc.
I’m obviously referring to the Crown & Anchor and the Royal.
It’s not great but some of you are a bit harsh, a lot better than it was 2-3 years back. Jock’s Cavern, Garrison are good newish bars. There’s a few decent ones on the arcade.
The problem comes later on in the night as Wellington Street is awful.
Thats 'low bark'
Haha, cheers. I bet you’re fun at partys, Deetee.
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