Chasetown definitely falls under Paul WME/Stan Collymore territory as it’s ex mining stock heading towards the Black Country (cue Black Country gurus Carl and Len to tell me otherwise) and it did have a famous football team. I’m pretty sure Duncan would have visited Church Street, home of the Scholars on his travels as they… Continue reading No Rest In Chasetown
I know that Martin often feels the weight of expectation when visiting a ‘classic’ boozer as you’re never quite sure you can do it justice. If you visit a pub fairly regularly by blogging standards (i.e. more than twice a year) then you can get a flavour for a boozer so, I’m taking the plunge… Continue reading A Couple Of Classics In Derby & Burton
(Urban Explorers drinking walking group) I am pretty sure that one of the PUB (Pub Union of Bloggers) has stated that any pub with kitchen in its moniker is usually fairly average. Throw into the equation a chain of Kitchens, so to speak, and pubs such as 149 – Brewhouse And Kitchen (Lichfield) WS13 6PW… Continue reading You Will Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties
Conservative MP Michael Fabricant once described Lichfield as akin to Las Vegas such was its bright lights, night life and café culture. Like most politicians across all parties these days, it is safe to say that Fabricant was being…er…economical with the facts and as nice as Lichfield is, I’m not quite sure it is Staffordshire’s… Continue reading Viva Lich Vegas!