Along with lots of Birmingham City fans, I’m not quite sure what to do. Yesterday’s win at Derbados means the only team in the West Midlands to win a major trophy this century (not sure I’ve mentioned that for at least a week) are actually safe for the 165th consecutive season in the Championship. No… Continue reading Square Pegs In Square Holes
I know both Martin and Mudgie have commented on just how good pubs are at present…but also how the lack of custom might be a huge problem. Take Beeston for example. A cracking Nottingham town with pubs aplenty and arguably the nearest to its station being 566 – The Jolly Anglers NG9 1JS. Beeston Rylands… Continue reading Station Pubs #2: The Jolly Anglers Beeston
With the news that Pete Allen is back in the game after a five pinter in Selly Oak, the pub blogging world is back to normal. As well as being an all round top bloke, quizmaster general and Carling connoisseur, Pete is also the waterway guru. An example of his travel along the Worcester &… Continue reading Is This Britain’s Most Overpubbed Region?
It’s been a quite couple of weeks in the Life After Football blogging world as work has cranked up getting in the way of all those fun things like visiting pubs. Unlike those men of leisure Taylor, Mackay, Mudgie and Southworth x2, the rest of us have to shoe horn in pubs around pesky work… Continue reading Pub Towns: Kimberley