- Pack Horse
52 Watling Street
This 15th century inn, on an old Roman Road, underwent extensive re- modelling in February 2014, it has created a more spacious environment, and log stoves abound to give visitors that extra feel good factor. Now more emphasis is on fine dining including a special Sunday roast, and a good selection of cask beers are on offer at the new bar. A separate large restaurant can cater for parties/weddings, etc. It remains dog friendly. Outside, the seating area has been upgraded and you can enjoy fine views of the surrounding hills. There is a large car park. Bus 480 Bury- Bolton (not Sundays)
- Pack Horse 52 Watling Street Affetside BL8 3QW moc.yrewerbsedyh@esrohkcap(01204) 884584
- Duke William
A traditional family run pub with real fire. Locally sourced food enjoyed in a quiet, cosy and relaxing atmosphere. * Refurbishment of the toilet facilities is planned for springtime to include a separate disabled use toilet/baby changing facility. Food is served daily Mon- Sat 12-3; Sun 12-9. Catering is available for functions by arrangement. Reopens 10/7/2020
- Old White Horse
12 Church Street
A traditional, friendly, village local offering two real ales. The pub has a pool table and darts with teams representing the pub. Karaoke on Saturdays. The local historical society meets every 2nd Tuesday of the month. It is dog friendly. 510 bus stop 10m. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Duke William Well Street Ainsworth BL2 5SQ (01204) 399907
- Bamford Bowling Club
88 Norden Road
A roomy, well kept club that welcomes non-members who will pay a little more for their beer. Features a popular function room and excellent facilities for bowlers. Thwaites Wainwright on. Has 2 full size snooker tables for members only. Handy for 468 Bus.
- Elephant & Castle
608 Bury Road
A traditional stone built pub on the road between Rochdale and Bury. After being bought from EI to save it from being turned into housing, the pub is now focusing on good quality dining at reasonable prices, and well kept real ales, also with a well stocked gin bar. Independent of tie, this friendly local serves Wainwright as a permanent beer with three guest ales from smaller breweries.
69 Norden Road
An attractive and well kept traditional local . The pub has two lounges,in which weekly live music is provided as well as a quiz night. There is a large car park surrounded by an outdoor seating area with a French boules pitch. The pub was refurbished in summer 2017 and now sells fresh homemade food.
- Hare & Hounds
865 Bury Road
Traditional pub 'L' shaped with upper and lower bars,open plan but divided into three separate areas with a real fire in the lower bar/dining area.Outdoor seating and car park at rear. Landlord is keen to maintain a rotating guest beer policy within the options available from the Thwaites range
- Bamford Bowling Club 88 Norden Road Bamford OL11 5PN (01706) 640609
- Bird at Birtle
239 Bury & Rochdale Old Road
A newly refurbished and extended gastro pub, offering fine dining on two levels with bar area on the ground floor. Food is very popular so booking is essential.
Due to open Restaurant 20/7/2020
- Church Inn
Castle Hill Road
(0161) 764 2857
This 17th century inn and former law court still keeps its traditional character despite a major refurbishment. It boasts excellent panoramic views over East Manchester towards Cheshire. There is seating outside with a large car park and is also well worth making the 15 minute walk up from the bus stop. The pub has a cosy atmosphere with three interconnecting rooms and a separate restaurant. Excellent food is served which complements the top quality ales, one of which is usually from the nearby Deeply Vale Brewery.
- Pack Horse Inn
email@example.com(0161) 764 3620
This pub is a gem set in the semi rural settlement of Birtle containing a number of rooms. Firstly, a large room with sub divisions including the main bar. The building also has a small vault with TV and bar access. Finally the pub has a conservatory that serves as a restaurant with table service, bar meals being available throughout the rest of the pub. The pub sells the Lees seasonal ale alongside the bitter.
Stopped giving CAMRA discount to members Reopened 28/7/2020
- Bird at Birtle 239 Bury & Rochdale Old Road Birtle OL10 4BQ ku.oc.eltribtadribeht@ofni(01706) 540500
- Cotton Tree Inn
110 Boarshaw Road
A friendly local, with an established quiz night on Thursday evenings.
- Cotton Tree Inn 110 Boarshaw Road Boarshaw M24 2WH
- Bradley Fold
- Dobbies Sports & Social Club
Bradley Fold Rd
A club with real ale.
- Queens Hotel
Situated in Bradley Fold between Bolton and Bury. A welcoming family friendly pub offering restaurant food at pub prices in comfortable surroundings with live sports TV. There is a large car park, beer garden and patio for when the sun is shining. There is also a toilet for disabled use and baby changing facility. A beer festival is planned for Springtime 2014, and a new children’s play area is also scheduled. Karaoke on Fridays and live music on Saturdays. Dogs are allowed in the outside area.
- Dobbies Sports & Social Club Bradley Fold Rd Bradley Fold BL2 6RL (01204) 385539
- Top Bull
31 Bury New Road
The pub has re-opened & is selling 3 real ales
Reopened after Corvid
- Top Bull 31 Bury New Road Breightmet BL2 6QG (01204) 532473
- Art Picture House
36 Haymarket Street
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@4626p(0161) 705 4040
This town centre pub is located opposite the bus/tram Interchange. It is a beautifully restored former 1920s cinema and boasts eight hand pumps offering regular and ever-changing beers from near and far. The large seating area is on two levels with several private booths facing the back bar. Busy at lunchtimes on market days (Wednesday and Friday). Food is available all day every day from 8am-11pm. The team of experienced bar staff are well able to advise on ales and help with your choice.
Reopened by 6/7/2020
- Automatic Cafe & Malt Real Ale Bar
Derby Halls 36 Market Street
moc.efaccitamotua@ofni(0161) 763 9399
This welcoming independent bar and restaurant shares the Derby Hall with two theatres. The Malt Bar, with the use of glass, gives a complete view of the beer cellar and its small electric hoist and pulley system, and also provides an overspill at busy times for dining area. In the evening it becomes a lovely, quiet, cosy space to enjoy a pint. The Cafe does get busy at times and priority may be given to diners at lunchtime. Relaxed, safe and comfortable, this a popular choice for all. Four real ales and a wide selection of bottles. Reopened after COVID . Note different times
- Bay Horse Hotel
101 Parr Lane, Unsworth
(0161) 766 9954
Typical large, airy, multi roomed Joey Holt's pub with happy, friendly staff. Adjacent car park requires a payment which is refunded from drink prices.
- Black Bull
8-10 Lowercroft Road, Starling
ku.oc.yrubllubkcalbeht@tcatnoc(0161) 761 5961
This family run local offers a warm, friendly welcome to drinkers and diners alike. Winner of a number of Thwaites brewery beer and cellar awards, it is also Cask Marque accredited and takes great pride in serving the Perfect Pint. Guest beers are from the Thwaites 1807 Cask Club range. Excellent meals are served daily, prepared using locally sourced top quality produce. Booking is highly advisable as its reputation creates high demand for tables.The restaurant is in a sectioned off area from the bar. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Blue Bell
840 Manchester Road, Blackford Bridge
moc.tlohhpesoj@llebeulb(0161) 796 7544
The pub was refurbished in 2019 to create a spacious, modern interior, with an integrated free-flowing open area around the bar lounge and dining area. A log stove has been added which offers a warm and welcoming ambience when you enter the pub. There is also a decorative bookcase that compliments the feature wallpaper, soft lighting and comfortable seating. Whilst the three main areas of the Bar Lounge, Dining Area and Vault have a new open feel compared to the original three separate rooms, the pub still retains its traditional features and character. Outside the Dining area there is a beer garden with further seating. The Vault has two large screen TVs showing Sky and BT Sports. Breakfast is served daily from 10am to noon.
Reopened by 4/7/2020
- Broad Street Social
9 Broad Street
ku.oc.laicosteertsdaorb@olleh(0161) 204 7387
New Brewsmith Brewery Tap, opened 28th August 2020. Tastefully renovated and equipped, the pub is open plan and has been stripped back to the bare brickwork allowing those with an archaeological interest to see the phases in the buildings history! 6 Handpumps on the bar serving a variety of the Brewsmith range including the ever popular Oatmeal Stout. Craft taps are on as well serving various guest keg beers.
Opened since COVID
- Brown Cow
Woodhill Road, Burrs
(0161) 764 3386
Set in the heart of the Burrs Country Park with walks along the riverside and large open fields with ducks, kingfishers etc to be seen. The pub is at the entrance to a caravan club site (no tents) which is open all year round. The site is popular with visitors, caravaners and families. A dog friendly pub, with large outdoor area BBQ and swings, tables and an outside bar in summer. Good choice of bar meals with locally sourced food. There is also a small function room available upstairs. Popular with families in summer. Live music occasionally at weekends (see Facebook). The East Lancs Railway halt is now operational just close to pub.
Reopened 4/7/2020 The chalk board outside pub states opening times as noon till 9 ( for the time being)
- Bury Sports Club
(0161) 764 1528
Open to all and free of charge Bury sports is a diverse club, home to Bury RUFC, Bury Cricket Club, Bury Squash Club and Bury Chess Club, Zumba classes are also held. Staff and members are very welcoming. A good community club, it caters for young and old, sporty or not. The building conists of a large club house in two sections, both served by their own bars. One area is used for general day to day activities the other for functions etc. Two real ale`s are on offer Thwaites Original and Wainwrights. A local guest ale could be added to the list when certain events are held, Hot snacks are served daily. The club house is in the process of a total refurbishment but does not curtail any day to day activities. PLEASE NOTE THE CLUB DOES NOT OPEN ON FRIDAY`S EXCEPT FOR SPECIAL EVENTS.
2 Silver Street
(0161) 464 7404
The Clarence is a Gastropub with fine dining and serving excellent real aled. It has been lovingly and stylishly restored, to recreate the pub 'as it was'. The basement houses the Silver Street 'craft' brewery which brews solely for the Clarence they also serve everchanging guest ales. Most of the beer is now at produced at their brewery at 'The Mill'. The ground floor contains the main bar, now restored to its former place, as shown by the original in situ floor tiles. The restaurant is on the first floor with the cocktail bar on the second floor (by invitation only after 11pm) which is now available for private hire.
- Earl of Derby
14-16 Silver Street
(0161) 763 7572
Everything you would expect from a traditional pub - and more – extensively refurbished to a high standard, with disabled/baby changing facility. Live sport and cask ales, together with good value food themed days. The Team is unchanged to give visitors the same warm welcome. Live music every Friday, and our resident DJ on Saturday, plus all the big sporting events shown on our 4 big plasma tv’s. Quiz nights soon – see website.Real Cider has been note as being on sale, initially Lilleys Mango cider Reopened 4/7/2020
- Elton Fold Workingmens Club
Leigh Lane (Off Newbold Street)
(0161) 764 5617
A long standing CIU affiliated working men`s club where non- members are welcome up to 5 times free of charge then if they wish to carry on using the club they will have to join at a cost of £5 per yr. Sky Sports is available for all major sporting events. The club has a snooker team which plays in the Bury snooker League on Wednesday evenings and also two darts and dominos teams that play in the Bury & District League on Thursday evenings. The club hosts monthly meetings of the Klondyke Country Music Club / who provide live music at each event. In addition there ia a live event on a further occasion each month, whether it be a race night, disco or a rock band. This is a friendly club who welcome all customers old and new and encourage everyone all to use our club Reopened 4/7/2020
- Elton Liberal Club
New George St
(0161) 764 1776
This is a private members club (political) where guests have to be signed in at £1per visit. The membership fee is £5 for under 60s and £2 for over 60s per year. The facilities include two function rooms, which members can hire, three snooker tables, sports TV and three bars. The club has a bowling green surrounded by an outside seating area. There is live music every Saturday and Sunday with a live group on the last Sun in the month. They run four snooker teams, two ladies & one mens darts teams and are in a crown green bowling league. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Fishpool Liberal Club
79 Nelson Street, Fishpool
(0161) 764 3415
A bustling friendly club open to non members without charge. Three large rooms are all served by one central bar. These are games room, quiet room and a concert room (small charge to pay for artists). The club has cask marquee accreditation with three handpumps dispensing real ales from various breweries. Snooker teams, pool teams, darts teams including ladies team are supported. The establishment can get extremely busy when Bury FC are at home although it is well used by the local community all the time. The stewardess Laura Perris who worked behind the bar for more than 14yrs when Paul Leech was the steward (19yrs) are still working together as Paul is now the cellarman. This club is well worth a visit and you will be made more than welcome by friendly staff and members alike, a great community asset. Winner of R O B Club of the year 2016. Reopened 4/7/2020
Woodhill Road, Burrs
(0161) 764 1968
Set in the countryside just outside Burrs Country Park the pub has a good atmosphere and is family friendly with a reputation for fresh home cooked food, and a new menu with daily specials and Sunday roasts has been introduced. Children have a playground with swings and bouncy castle in summer in the rear garden area. There are plenty of outdoor tables and seating if you have a dog with you. Two new cask bar lines dispense ales mainly from the North West area with other guest ales on offer on a rotating basis. Quiz nights held every Thursday and live soloists on Saturdays. The restaurant dining room can also cater for functions.
- Hark To Dandler
186 Walmersley Old Road, Baldingstone
(0161) 763 9490
New licensees took over in 2016 following a refurbishment to present a lovely and comfortable community pub. New extended opening hours and home cooked pub food served daily at lunchtime and evenings with a varying menu. Karaoke every alternate Friday. Live music occasionally. Dogs welcome if well behaved. Large Car Park.
- Help Me Thro' Inn
141 Crostons Road
(0161) 764 2798
A traditional stone built local's pub consisting of several terraced houses joined together. It has a small bar/lounge, a seperate games room with a dart board and sports TV and a dining room just off the lounge. There is a good sized car park and a covered area with tables at the rear. There is also an outdoor seating area at the front adjacent to the pavement.
Reopened after Corvid
- Hollins Bush
257 Hollins Lane, Hollins
moc.tenretnitb@hsubsnilloheht(0161) 766 5692
This is a well used local with a nice atmosphere and welcoming staff. The building was renovated in 2018 opening up the interior and extending the beer garden to the rear. The bar has been moved to a central location. The result is that the pub has a lot brighter decor with additional seating and furnitiure.
Reopened by 9/7/2020
46 Haymarket Street
(0161) 764 6190
A busy, well run and very comfortable pub in the Town Centre that was completely refurbished in late 2013. The pub is owned by Greene King so sells their cask beers. The management will consider customer choices in future e.g. real ale of the month, as well as some form of discounted beer sales. Good value food is served daily. Situated opposite to the Bus /Tram Interchange.
Due to reopen on 27/7/2020
533 Tottington Road, Woolfold
(0161) 764 2714
Originally a coaching inn built in 1831 this is a very popular well run local with a very warm welcome for all, an open fire burns in the winter months further enhancing the atmosphere. The landlord keeps an excellent cellar, is passionate about his real ales and is a keen supporter of local microbreweries. Two pumps always in use, one permanent beer, one ever ever changing beer, . The regular guest beers are brewsmith, moorhouses and bingley although other breweries from further afield give a wider variety. The good sized beer garden is well used in the summer months. Four tv`s show Sky sports and there is free WIFI via the Cloud. Live acts on occassional Saturday evenings. Quiz night Thursday (fortnightly). A defibrillator has been installed outside. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Old White Lion
6 Bolton Street
(0161) 764 2641
Town centre pub that has escaped modern brashness, it has regular entertainment sessions on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday afternoons and Friday and Saturday nights, these involve Artists/karaoke. The splendid "Oak Room" can be be viewed on request with the building being Grade II listed. Real ale is only put on a weekends so can run out midweek. Reopened after refurbishment. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Paper Mill
Little 66, Roach Bank Road/Pilsworth Road
(0161) 767 9504
Greene King 'foody family pub' that has a indoor play area and a 'Wacky Warehouse'. Now with Real Ale
- Queen Anne
6 Hollins Lane, Unsworth
moc.liamg@ennaneeuq(0161) 796 7288
This pub is well known for its menu, good food and prices. Well run, very clean with welcoming staff. Large outdoor seating area. Sky Sports and BT Sports are available. Thurday is Quiz night
Reopened by 9/7/2020
30 -32 Haymarket Street
On the site of the old “Rayners vaults” it is a class above its namesake, fitted out very nicely it has a very pleasant atmosphere. With 3 pumps dispensing ever changing beers from various breweries there seems be a plenty of choice. With an outside smoking area down stairs, upstairs there is a very pleasant terrace and another bar mainly for cocktails etc. There are 11 tv screens 2 of which are on the open terrace all able to show multiple sports. Can be noisy and at times has a dress code. Reopened after COVID
- Roach Hotel
331 Rochdale Road
(0161) 764 1597
Traditional pub divided into three main areas, one has a pool table (the pub supports two pool teams), other sports include darts and rounders. Large area of outside seating at the front.
- Robert Peel
10 Market Place
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@503p(0161) 764 7287
The Robert Peel is a well established and popular pub in Bury's cultural quarter, named after the then local mill owner and MP whose son became Prime Minister and founded the modern police force. The pub has the largest open public area in Bury. The decor celebrates other local worthies such as the author of the Just William books, Richmal Crompton. 10 handpumps with 4 dispensing ever changing beers from near and far and six dedicated to permanen brews with another two spare for when beer festivals are held. Real ciders are regularly available on gravity, there is a choice of two ciders with black dragon being permanent. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Rose & Crown
36 Manchester Old Road
(0161) 764 6234
A traditional, small but perfectly formed friendly community pub on the edge of Bury Town Centre. Popular with locals and fans of Bury F C. Acoustic nights are held on the first Thursday of every month (see Facebook for details) The pub operates a loyalty beer card. It is family and dog friendly, with local beers always on hand pull. Within easy walking or buses from Interchange -135/524 -stop on Main road nearby. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Rose & Crown
2 Cockey Moor Road
(0161) 761 7523
More of an eating than a drinking pub with a good atmosphere and freindly staff. 10% off real ale to everyone on a Monday
- Sir Robert Peel
97 Sunny Bank Road, Sunny Bank
A large traditional two-roomed pub which underwent a sympathetic refurbishment in late 2019. The lounge's revamp includes reupholstered seating and new carpeting, whilst retaining its original features and character. Pictures of old Bury and the surrounding area adorn the walls. The space to the side of the entrance has a pool table. The Vault has a new smart look with carpet and comfortable seating, creating a warm, friendly feel. Both rooms have large TVs showing Sky and BT Sports. Outside there is seating at the front and side of the pub, plus a veranda with a TV.
- Spotted Cow
179 Bell Lane
(0161) 764 2207
Multi roomed local pub. Bar serves two rooms and corridor, TV in one room, pool table in another. Two other rooms.
312 Walmersley Road, Walmersley
ku.oc.loa@yrublaidnus(0161) 797 6180
A warm welcome awaits regulars and visitors alike to this award winning Thwaites community pub. Situated a mile outside Bury town centre it has an impressive red brick exterior with an equally impressive decor. Four real ales of excellent quality are on offer, two regular beers plus two ever changing beers from the Thwaites 1807 cask club range with cask mark accreditation. Thursday is quiz night with live entertainment every Friday and the last Saturday in the month. The pub was refurbished in Autumn 2017. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Swan & Cemetery
406 Manchester Road
ku.oc.yretemecdnanaws@selas(0161) 764 1508
Busy pub on a main road near Bury FC's Gigg Lane ground that tends to be used by away fans on match days. Very clean and tidy pub, well decorated with helpful and freindly staff. Wednesday is quiz night and Thursday is Karaoke.
- Swan Hotel
288 Tottington Road, Woolfold
(0161) 657 1574
Traditional community pub. With Ray and Carol at the helm yo'uer always assured of a warm welcome, enjoy the fresh homecooked food that is on offer in the conservatory restaurant. Along with the fine food, Ray also keeps his real ale in excellent condition. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Thirsty Fish
Unit 1A Princess Parade, Millgate Shopping Centre
A true Micro Bar opened in June 2018 in a former shop unit on the outside of the Millgate centre. The Thirsty Fish is adjacent to the famous Bury Market and also close to Bury Interchange, so very handy for the bus and Metrolink. The bar sells eight constantly changing real ales. It has a good selection of continental lagers and up to six real ciders. Dogs are welcome, but children are not allowed.
Reopened by 9/7/2020
- Tin Head Brewery Tap
Unit 22F Bradley Fold Trading Est.
There is seating for 30 at the Tap and a good selection of their beers, together with gin distilled locally in Rivington. The Tap is run by father and son who are passionate about their beers and for keg lovers it is a great opportunity to mix with locals and visitors and chat over a drink. It is also dog friendly. They now feature 1 cask ale, often from their own brewery but this could also be a guest from the likes of 4T's or Northern Monkey. They also feature 8 keg beers again mainly their own but they also feature guests. Yesterday (2020-02-20) they had their own Nuts & Bolts on cask and a beer from 4T's on keg.
Reopened 4/7/2020 for Takeaway and local delivery Hoping to reopen Sept Opens tomorrow. 1/9/2020 New opening hours are Tues-Thurs 1-6pm Fri-Sat 1-10pm
- Tottington Conservative Club
This private club allows guests signed in by a member (two per member). It has recently introduced cask beers on two hand pulls and there are two pool tables and a snooker table. There is also a crown green bowling green together with outdoor seating for warm summer days and for dog walkers.
Buses 467/8/9+ 480- (400yds)
- Towler Inn
460 Walmersley Road
(0161) 762 1169
The pub is over 300 years old and takes its name from the lead beagle hunting dog (Holcombe Hunt). A lively pub with pool table in rear section and with a quieter section to the front where the sport tvs are situated. They are hoping to develop vibrant teams - darts, dominos, pool and crib. There is a DJ on the last Friday and Saturday of the month and live acts alternate Friday/Saturday. Food (lunch time only) will be introduced in summer.
- Trackside Bar
Bolton Street Station, ELR
ku.gro.yawliarscnaltsae@seiriuqne(0161) 764 6461
The Trackside combines some excellent ales/cider with the nostalgia of the East Lancs. Railway. At the bar, 12 handpumps are permanently in use with one- house beer from Northern Whisper (e l r pale) and 11 varying guest ales, various craft keg beers are dispensed via tap with foreign bottle beers also on offer. It is a former CAMRA Branch Cider Pub of the Year with up to 10 real ciders and perries and these are dispensed via gravity. For those wanting a close- up railway experience the station platform just outside has seating under a roof canopy creating a sun trap with wall heaters for cooler weather. Reopened 4/7/2020 Not doing food at present. Please advise when restarting !
- Two Tubs
19 The Wylde
(0161) 764 4773
A traditional old pub dating back to 1600's, this charming building has a 'pit' snug, lounge and function room. There is also a log fire. Home made food is on offer 1 Rotating Guest Beer from Thwaites 1807 Club, 5 regular beers New management recently taken over. Food as stated
Reopened after COVID
- Waggonmakers Arms
336 Tottington Road
(0161) 764 4396
End of terrace pub well used by locals. Well run, clean and tidy with helpful and friendly staff. Good atmosphere throughout.
- Walmersley Conservative Club
Mather Rd (Junction of Weaver Ave), Walmersley
(0161) 764 2815
A club that is well used by members and visitors alike. All are given a warm welcome by the steward (Craig Hunt), his team and also by members. Visitors pay a nominal 50p to be signed in by any member. A good family friendly club with a very nice atmosphere, the two real ale`s which are on offer are always in tip top condition. Snooker and bowling teams are amongst the sports teams run by the club, all are well supported. P.S. if travelling by car take the first left of Mather Rd then turn right on Weaver Ave.
- Walmersley Golf Club
Garretts Close, Walmersley
(0161) 764 1429
Opening food times shown and real ale are available in the summer golfing season. Non members are welcome
- Waterfold Farm
Waterfold Business Park
ku.oc.bupmrafdlofretaw@nimda(0161) 764 8911
This is a large, modern, family friendly pub situated immediately off junction 2 of M66 at Bury next to The Village Hotel. It is only a few years old and caters mainly for food but still has three handpumps and servs a range of beers not only from the Green King stable. Judging by the range of pump clips on display there are often beers on sale from local breweries. On the date of my visit there were two beers from Moorhouses and Old Speckled Hen on sale.
- Wellington Hotel
338 Bolton Road
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@9108(0161) 761 5793
The Wellington is a popular local located on a main arterial route. Food plays an important part in the business with good value meals. Many people are attracted by the external drinking area and weekend entertainments programme. The pubs shows live sport, particularly football and rugby union, on plasma screens via Sky Sports
- White Boar
139 Radcliffe Road
(0161) 764 2114
After many years of selling no Real Ale, the White Boar reopened on 11/06/16 after a major, mostly tasteful, open plan refurbishment. The pub now sells 3 Thwaites Real Ales on handpump plus food. The sign outside claims that it is "Bury's No.1 Sporting venue"
4 Bolton Street
(0161) 797 2000
A traditional friendly town centre pub which underwent a major refit in Autumn 2018 with the addition of an Open Pizza Station adjacent the main contemporary styled bar. The ground floor has dining facilities with a mezzanine and first floor private function room. Stone baked Pizzas are freshly available until late ( after 8pm every day). It is within easy walking distance of the Bus/Tram Interchange..
- Art Picture House 36 Haymarket Street Bury BL9 0AY ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@4626p(0161) 705 4040
- Blue Pits Inn
842 Manchester Road
The Blue Pits is a friendly local situated in the centre of Castleton easily accessible by bus or train. Three JW Lees beers are always available. The pub has three drinking areas with pub games in the taproom. Regular quiz nights and karaoke are a feature. This former railway building has a tiled mosaic of John Willie Lees on the outside wall.
Reopened by 6/7/2020
- Old Post Office Ale House
858 Manchester Road
Opened in 2016 this microbar is well served by public transport. The railway station is a two minute walk and the 17 bus stop to Rochdale is literally outside the front door. Five quality beers are sold plus a good selection of ciders, wines and gin always available. Food is not on sale, but you can bring your own. The bar is dog friendly and there is a well laid out beer garden at the rear.
Due to reopen on 15/7/2020
- Royal Toby Hotel
Large complex consisting of two restaurants, hotel and bar.
- Woolworth Sports & Social Club
Royle Cottage, Gipsy Lane
A great advantage of the facilities in the club is that all rooms, are all on the ground floor. The Lounge is a comfortable area with the setting of a traditional Lancashire pub. It is the main facility of the club used by members and visitors, Bingo is a popular family attraction on alternative Sunday afternoons with alternative quiz night and play your cards right on Sunday evenings and in keeping with the ethos of Woolies, has families, young and older, enjoying the atmosphere. The Function Room is self contained and can be used for different functions, family gatherings, seating 80 people, cultural activities, meetings, and entertainment organised by members. The Games Room is large and contains a snooker table, Pool table and dart board, with provision for the playing of pub games. Woolies has 2 teams in the Orms League and the snooker table is over 100 years old and has seen some ‘vintage frames’ of snooker, crib, darts, dominoes are also enjoyed they also have a golf society The Television Room is comfortably furnished and provides a more quiet area much loved by some members. You will be allowed in the club up to 3 times without charge after that you will be expected to become a member at the cost of £10 a year. This is a very well run club were you will be made very welcome by staff and members alike
- Blue Pits Inn 842 Manchester Road Castleton OL11 2SP (01706) 632151
- Boat & Horses
(0161) 681 2363
The Boat & Horses was originally built in 1804, and was known as the Pleasure Boat Inn before receiving its present name in 1826. The construction of the M60 caused substantial damage to the foundations of the Boat & Horses and the pub was completely rebuilt in 1999. Breakfast served 9 to 11:30 am Reopened since COVID Opening times from FaceBook But Breakfast times not confirmed !
- Bowling Green Inn
2 Bowling Street
Road side pub with accommodation close to M60 junction 22. Reopened since COVID
- Church Inn
23 Chadderton Fold
(0161) 624 6453
Foody pub with real ale. Be warned there is a 40p a pint surcharge for buying halves. Sports tv is a feature
- Crown Inn
72 Walsh Street
(0161) 915 1557
A large detached brick built genuine free house within walking distance of Chadderton town centre and near to the Oldham Metrolink line Freehold stop. The pub hosts darts, football and rugby league teams. There are two handpumps selling a regular beer from J.W. Lees plus an ever changing guest ale that often includes Greenfield. 'LocAle' has been awarded in recognition of its permanent range of locally produced beers. Live sports are shown via satellite TV. Live music or Karaoke on most Saturday evenings.
- Dog Inn
1 Block Lane
A community pub, again selling real ale. Live entertainment every Friday and karaoke Saturday and Monday nights, a warm welcome awaits all.
Reopened 4/7/2020 The landlord (Tony) arrived 10 days before lockdown !
- Horton Arms
(0161) 633 3272
Neat and attractive roadside pub located in a pleasant area. There is one large room divided up into several discrete areas and a side room used mainly for sports fans watching televised events. Horse brasses, plates and various interesting prints decorate the walls. There are two car parks including one opposite. The pub serves good home cooked food withHome made pies being especially popular. The Lees 'craft' Boilerhouse beers have been sighted.
FOOD ! They are aiming to open for take-away food every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Unclear what the menu will be but the sign did say Sunday roast dinners. Menu on FaceBook
- Hunt Lane Tavern
754 Middleton Road
(0161) 627 2969
Description: The pub has a friendly welcoming atmosphere. Famous for home cooked traditional Sunday Roasts, specials and a range of great tasting JW Lees cask ales
- Rifle Range Inn
372 Burnley Lane
(0161) 620 9848
Originally a farmstead, first licensed around 1860, with a family-friendly atmosphere in its open-plan lounge and separate vault. Sports fans visiting nearby Boundary Park are welcome at all times (pie and peas available on match days), and sport is screened on TV. The pub runs football, darts and pool teams, plus a quiz night. It also hosts live entertainment on Saturday evening and barbecues on the heated patio in summer - a pub that caters for all the community.
- Rose Of Lancaster
7 Haigh Lane
firstname.lastname@example.org(0161) 624 3031
A conservatory restaurant, lounge bar and thriving separate vault (in which sporting events are shown) provides a great choice for the varied clientele. Drinkers and diners mix easily in the busy lounge and the management ensure swift and cheerful service. Outside, a covered patio, with views to the rear of the Rochdale Canal is very popular weather permitting. A chalkboard in the lounge details the number of pints of real ale sold each week. Nearby bus and train links make for easy travel to this well run and popular pub.
- Spring Vale Inn
14 Burnley Street
(0161) 624 3502
The pub reopened, after a refurb, in October 2018, selling real ale. They have a dart board & pool table plus Sky Sports tv. Live music on weekends. Please see facebook page for details
Regular beers: There is not a regular beer. The ales vary but are always from the Bridgehouse Brewery range. Always two cask ales available with a third pump in the pipeline! Porter is popular with the locals.,,Traditional pub games currently suspended due to Covid,
Reopened after COVID
- Springbank Pub
48 Hunt Lane
(0161) 287 0557
The pub has real ale, but it may not be served when the pub is quiet.
Due to reopen 16/7/2020
- Toby Carvery
(0161) 627 3883
A foody pub just off the A627(M) roundabout
- Washbrook Tavern
With real ale
- Boat & Horses Broadway Chadderton OL9 8AU (0161) 681 2363
2 King Street
A free house specialising in Spanish food & tapas. N.B. closing time is 'Late' so can vary. The pub opening hours during the week are also 'variable'
- Delph Brass Band Club
Non- members welcome up to 5/6 visits (signed in by member) then expected to join, very welcoming staff & members
Reopened since COVID
- Old Bell Inn
5 Huddersfield Road
This hotel and restaurant is in the scenic village of Delph in Saddleworth only a ten minute drive from the M62 Motorway. All the facilities are finished and decorated to a high standard giving a feeling of warmth, comfort and quality. This quality is also felt in the food prepared and cooked on the premises. The whole area is steeped in history the pub itself is a well converted 18th century coaching house transformed to provide a mix of traditional english warmth with modern comforts. Opened 4/7/2020
- Swan Inn
21 King Street
Old stone pub in the centre of Delph village which was extensively refurbished in January 2015. A multi-roomed interior with tartan upholstery, old pictures, exposed beams and three wood-burning stoves give the pub a cosy country feel. A small menu of home-cooked pub grub is available Fri-Sun and there are plans to introduce a wood-fired pizza oven as well as themed food evenings. . Families and dogs are welcome.
- White Lion
1 Delph Lane
This attractive stone building at the end of the village street was originally three buildings which became one pub in 1790. Characterful and welcoming it was comprehensively renovated in Jan 2014 with new flooring, carpeting, dining area and a wood-burning stove when new licensees took over. There are plans to develop the food side of the business and they have installed a wood fired pizza oven outside the pub to complement traditional home-cooked pub dishes. Occasional events are held including ones for charity and Beers, Brass and BBQ concerts fortnightly on Sunday afternoon in summer.
- Bull 2 King Street Delph OL3 5DQ ku.oc.hpleddaehsllub@olleh(01457) 874681
- Junction Inn
2 Rochdale Road
Old coaching inn dating from 1795 at a junction of five roads and just a few minutes drive from junction 22 of the M62. The pub was refurbished in 2017 with the bar being moved to create a single room.
5 Huddersfield Road
Private member's club owned by Oddfellows institute
- Printers Arms
20 Oldham Road
Built around 1707 on a Lancs/Yorks Turnpike the pub derives it's name from the trade in calico printing. There are fine views of the Saddleworth hills from the pub which has been immaculately renovated. The accent is on home-cooked and well regarded food. The house beer "Printer's Pride" is brewed by Ace.
- Rams Head Inn
Well appointed, family run 450 year old moorland pub on the road between the M62 Motorway and Denshaw Village. The four rooms are well furnished with traditional oak settles, dining furniture and other artefacts, whilst each has an open log fire. Food led with game, seafood and seasonals as specialities although the side room is reserved for customers who just want a drink. The Pantry Deli, Farm and Coffee Shop is attached to the pub and opens at 10 am.
- Junction Inn 2 Rochdale Road Denshaw OL3 5SE (01457) 874265
- Diggle Band Club
Bankfield House, Huddersfield Road
Three roomed club each room being served by a central bar, very friendly members and staff, disabled toilet will be installed in very near future, lovely beer garden and safe area for kids. Food only served when, snooker, darts teams are playing matches or the band are practising (Tue/Thur/Fri.
Reopening 31st July, Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons only (for now)
- Diggle Hotel
Stone pub in a pleasant hamlet near the Standedge Canal Tunnel under the Pennines. Built as a merchant's house in 1789, it became an ale house and general store on the construction of the nearby railway tunnel in 1834. Affording fine views of the Saddleworth countryside, this makes a convenient base in a popular walking area. The pub was totally revamped in 2013 with open fires and a Yorkshire Range and has a bar area and two rooms. Opened 4/7/2020
- Gate Inn
217 Huddersfield Road
A multi roomed pub with a restaurant area and games room in addition to three letting bedrooms in an imposing stone building which was once a toll gate (hence the pub name). The home-made pizzas from the outside oven are available on Friday and Saturday evenings. Opened 4/7/2020
- Diggle Band Club Bankfield House, Huddersfield Road Diggle OL3 5PJ moc.iamg@bulcdnabelggid(01457) 872856
- Dobcross Band Social Club
Please note - Opens 2pm on Saturday if bowls arebeing played if in doubt phone to check. Dobcross is now in Oldham but was formally just inside the western border of the West Riding of Yorkshire. The Club boasts enjoyable views of the hills of the Saddleworth moors. The present wooden building was erected in 1967 and is set out in a way to provide facilities for the members of its various sections. These are bands, bowlers, snooker and darts players. The Club is famous for its weekly Sunday night Band concerts, mainly of local bands but occasionally host bands from further afield. The club is now free of tie............... Additionally opens 2-5 on Saturday for bowls matches and has now gained the accolade of being R O B branch of CAMRA Club of the Year 2018.. Reopened 4/7/2020 after COVID
Now open for Sunday lunches from 1pm till 4 pm . Once a month supplied by Little Deer Hill catering must be pre-booked at Band Club or through Deer Hill .
- Navigation Inn
21 - 23 Wool Road
A popular watering hole for Huddersfield canal boaters and walkers this is a family run business originating from the local vilage of Greenfield. Next to the Huddersfield Narrow Canal, this stone pub was built in 1806 to slake the thirst of navvies cutting the Standedge Tunnel. It comprises a open-plan bar with four handpumps and an L-shaped interior . Freshly-prepared food is varied and popular, with special offers Monday-Saturday and occasional themed evenings. A venue for the popular Saddleworth Rushcart Festival in August. Dog friendly and families welcome at all times.
Now offering take away food at certain times see FaceBook menu re additional services offered Now reopened for dining in as well as takeaways EMail orders moc.liamg@ssorcbodivaneht Phone 07305 913736 Reopened 4/7/2020
- Swan Inn (Top House)
A focal point for the local community, this rejuvenated stone pub overlooks the attractive village square which has been used as a film and TV set. Built in 1765 for the Wrigley family of chewing gum fame, part of the building was later used as police courts and cells. It has been well renovated with flagged floors throughout and three separate rooms, each with an open fire. The historical function room hosts entertainment including theatre, comedy and music. Annual events such as the Whit Friday Brass Band Contest, Rushcart Festival and Yanks Weekend are popular. A home-cooked menu features dishes from around the world.
Reopened on Friday July 31 at 3p.m serving drinks. Need update for opening times, Ales and food ! Now Four hand pulls on with a fifth spare. New Licensee Sharon Musgrove opening when restrictions allow .
- Dobcross Band Social Club Platt Lane Dobcross OL3 5AD (01457) 873741
- Church Inn
477 Oldham Road
(0161) 684 1769
Located within the Failsworth Pole Conservation Area, this imposing detached red-brick pub is sited in the true heart of Failsworth, opposite Saint John's church, after which it is named. The pub was originally the Three Crowns, dating back to 1758. The layout is comprised of four separate rooms, arranged around and served by one large bar. Four hand pumps serve a range of Robinsons real ales. There is a large beer garden, to one side, with children's play area. Car parking is available to the other side. Excellent disabled access throughout. Food is served 7 days a week from 12 till 4pm. Sports TV is shown on the large screen and on Saturday and Sunday evenings there is Karaoke. The first Sunday of the month is Family Fun Day and kids are welcome till 8pm. Reopened since COVID
- Cotton Tree
96 Ashton Road East
Situated close to the Roman Road connecting Manchester to Oldham, the pub was originally a row of cottages back in 1843. It is now a popular community local and whilst open plan, it still feels like three separate rooms, served by one long bar. Run by a couple of long-time regulars, the pub has been nicely refurbished internally and photographs of Failsworth, taken by a local artist adorn the walls. There is a fenced table area to the front and the walled beer garden features an ample, heated, smoking shelter, overlooked by a towering pear tree. Wednesday is Quiz Night, Thursday Poker Night. Off road car parking is available, by the side, accessed via James St, then Windsor St.
- Dog & Partridge
103 Medlock Road, Woodhouses
email@example.com(0161) 681 1987
In a classic English countryside setting near to Daisy Nook, just off Junction 22 of the M60, the Dog and Partridge is a traditional pub to meet friends and bring the family. The pub has an extensive beer garden with a heated patio area surrounding the bowling green. A full food menu is available with daily specials until late all week. Real ales are served at the Dog and Partridge, and there is also a separate smoking room facility. Reopened since COVID
- Houghton Arms
708 Oldham Road
(0161) 681 2784
Traditional open-plan pub with various seating areas, including a pool table behind the bar. Good quality pub food available. Quiz Mondays from 9pm. Pool team.
- Mare & Foal Inn
74 Ashton Road West
(0161) 681 3112
This popular pub began life in 1833 as the Grey Mare beer house. It was re-built in 1936 and underwent a major refurbishment in 2014, in a sympathetic style, using 1930’s décor. the large, open plan interior, consists of an extensive Lounge, Vault and Pool Room, served by one impressive bar. The lounge feels cosy due to the retention of the enclosed seating booths. Very good quality food is served six days a week (except Tuesday) with Wednesday being Steak Night. Sky and BT sports events are shown on large screen, proving very popular with Manchester City fans. There is often live entertainment at weekends. A small amount of car parking is available. Fenced table area at the front and a Beer Garden, with children's play area, to the rear.
Ashton Road West
(0161) 688 4910
The Millgate, which takes its name from the now demolished Failsworth Mill, started out life as a wooden building, Failsworth British Legion Club. It is now a traditional and family friendly carvery pub, set in the heart of Failsworth. The main room is large and open plan with a separate vault bar / pool room. The building features a spacious dining area, a sizeable function room, with its own bar, and more than ample car parking. To the rear is a beer garden, complete with a children's play area.
- Willow Tavern
278 Ashton Road East
(0161) 681 1698
Built as an ale house in 1870, paintings of the former pub adorn the walls. It was, for most of its life, part of the Wilson's empire. A popular community hub, it serves both local cricket and football teams as well as the Failsworth Blues group of the Manchester City Supporters Club. There is a separate vault / games room and family room as well as the large lounge. To the rear, is a lawned and paved beer garden complete with Willow tree. Ample parking is available to two sides. Food is available Tuesday to Friday lunchtimes and a quiz is hosted on Thursdays. Look out for the large, etched glass window, in the lounge, depicting a fisherman, by a pond with willow tree and the pub itself. Excellent disabled access throughout.
(0161) 681 5982
Now serving Real Ale Ossett Yorkshire Blonde
- Woodhouse Gardens
Medlock Road, Woodhouses
(0161) 681 3782
This popular pub and restaurant is located in the centre of Woodhouses Village, close to Daisy Nook Country Park. Open plan with four rooms and a separate dining room, all served by one central bar. The food is produced using locally sourced ingredients, which are delivered daily. Quiz Night Monday and a Book Club meets once a month, on the first Wednesday evening. Special Events are held on Saturday evenings. The extensive beer garden, to the side of the car park, has many picnic tables, a smoking shelter and children's play area. Over the rear fence, you can see the local farm's Trotting Track, where you may see horse harness racing being practised.
- Church Inn 477 Oldham Road Failsworth M35 0AA (0161) 684 1769
- Farrars Arms
56 Oldham Road
Imposing old stone pub on a busy crossroads between Greenfield and Top Mossley. The building has undergone a major refurb with new furniture and carpets, and old wooden panelling and beams have been exposed. They serve homecooked pizzas, pies, salads and baguettes every day 12-8pm.(Sun 12-7) There is a wide selection of drinks on offer from 5 cask ales to homemade cocktails. The pub offers live sports and welcomes families and dogs. There is live music every Sunday evening. Member of LocAle scheme. 10% discount for CAMRA Members
Takeaway Menu for collection (pre orders) on Web Site Fridays & Saturdays 4 - 9 pm
- Farrars Arms 56 Oldham Road Grasscroft OL4 4HL moc.puorgrabesum@sgnikooB(01457) 873842
- Boarshurst Band Club
2 changing Real Ales from Donkeystone range Non members welcome
180 Chew Valley Road
Pub reopened under new ownership in 2018, and new licensees took over in Q3 2019. Old stone pub in a picturesque area near Chew Valley and Dovestone Reservoir, convenient for walking and other outdoor pursuits. The pub comprises a bar area and three rooms and families and dogs are welcome. Traditional British pub food is served. The pub hosts events including quiz nights (on Sunday), live music and Karaoke nights are held from time to time. Good transport links from Oldham, Manchester and Yorkshire by bus and train provide for the many visitors to the area.
- Donkeystone Brewery Tap
Units 17 - 18, Boarshurst Business Park
This tap adjoins the brewery, with good walks around the popular Dove Stone reservoir and Saddleworth villages. It is a short steep stroll from the village amenities in Greenfield. Ten beers are served via six handpulls and four keg fonts. Bench seating and sofas are arranged in front of an efficient wood burning stove. Dog walkers, children and mountain bikers are welcome. Opening hours are currently restricted by conditions attached to a temporary planning consent.
Donkeystone is a 10 bbl brewery. The premises are located on a business park close to the village amenities of Greenfield at the top of a steep hill. Brewery tours are available by arrangement for groups of 6 and over. Dog walkers, children and mountain bikers are always welcome at the tap and there is log fire to keep you warm in the colder winter months.
Their brewery shop is open Monday to Friday 9:30am - 5pm and also Saturdays 12 - 6pm
Reopened 4/7/2020 Tap open 12-6 Mon - Sat Telephone to book a table ,no walk-ins apart from takeaway orders for beer.
- King William IV
134 Chew Valley Road
The King Bill, as it is known as, is a busy country pub that offers convenient opening hours and is very popular when live football is shown on the television. Stone built pub offering 6 real ales and food is available Wednesday to Sunday. The bar is located centrally with two rooms, one of which has a wood burning stove. The cobbled outdoor patio is a pleasant drinking and smoking area with heaters and a retractable awning for cover. Monday evening is Quiz night with free supper and cash prizes. Large car park to the rear is ideal as a base for walkers to enjoy the Saddleworth countryside. Saddleworth Rushcart Festival and Whit Friday Band Contest feature heavily in the summer. Children, dogs and walkers are all welcome. Good public transport links available into Manchester and Yorkshire. Professional bar services and marquee hire available.
TAKEAWAY FOOD MENU FOR COLLECTION Fridays and Saturdays 4pm - 9pm Call 01457 873933 after 2pm Wednesdays to order; contactless payment only. Reopened 4/7/2020 Takeaway food is now food 5-8 on Fridays and Saturdays during lockdown
Chew Valley Road
Situated in the touristy village of Greenfield, the Kingfisher nestles between the Frenches Marina and the River Tame, only two miles from the beautiful Dove Stones Reservoir. The mainly foody pub is now branded as Grill & Pizza, being of fairly recent build (opened in February 2009) The modern interior provides a clean and friendly environment whilst on a nice day, sitting outside is a treat.
This pub is reopening Saturday July 4 - car park has a marquee on it, so reduced parking but increased space for tables - outdoor will Close at 10, indoor will Close at midnight
- Railway Inn
11 Shaw Hall Bank Road
(01457) 872 0555
Unspoilt pub where the central bar and games area draw a good mix of old and young. The tap room boasts a log fire and old photos of Saddleworth. The Railway is a popular venue for all styles of live music on Thursday, Friday (unpugged night - all players welcome) and Sunday . It is also a stop-off on the Transpennine Real Ale Trail that links eight pubs by rail. In a picturesque area, the pub affords beautiful views across Chew Valley from the upgraded beer garden and is a great base for outdoor pursuits. Weston's Old Rosie is available on hand pump. Reopened 4/7/2020 Now opening normally 7 days a week ! Music has also returned to the pub upstairs (first come first served basis) from 10/9/20.
- Royal George Hotel
Imposing Stone pub named after a now defunct textile mill. It is comfortably furnished with dark wood and exposed brickwork throughout. There is a restaurant attached, serving food all day and a large function room upstairs that hosts comedy nights and live music.
Reopened after COVID
- Saddleworth Rangers RLFC
Shaw Hall Bank Road
The clubhouse is open to all on match days.
- Wellington Inn
29 Chew Valley Road
The Wellington is a family owned village end-of terrace free house with a friendly feeling. The building comprises a small bar area featuring seven hand pulled cask ales, an attached main room popular with diners and a side room with a dart board, cribbage and dominoes. Reopen 4/7/2020
Food back on. Kitchen number 07754 310 460 (not bar)
New opening hours Tues 3-9 ; Weds-Fri 12-9 ; Sat 3-9 ; Sun 12-9 Last orders food 7pm & 8.30 for beer . Food specials £6 Tues & Sat 3-7
- Boarshurst Band Club Greenbridge Lane Greenfield OL3 7JR (01457) 875836
- Greenmount Cricket Club
This is a very friendly club which is open all year round and visitors are freely welcome as are well behaved dogs. Popular with walkers as located close to the Kirklees Trail. There are two pool tables with one kept for league matches. Sitting outside on a warm summer weekend watching cricket and supping fine ales is many people’s idea of heaven. In the cricket season (April-September) the club is open from 12- 10.30 at weekends.
Reopened after Corvid
- Greenmount Golf Club
A golf club 3 miles north of Bury, selling real ale Reopened 4-7-2020
- Greenmount Cricket Club Brandlesholme Road Greenmount BL8 4DX (01204) 883667
- Red Lion
81 Ramsbottom Road
Attractive stone-built pub in a picturesque village. Inside is a single, large room that is popular with locals and visitors alike. The menu of freshly prepared dishes has made the inn popular with diners who can opt to eat in the pub or the restaurant. Meals are served all day at the weekend. The landlord is enthusiastic about his real ales. Five en-suite bedrooms are available including one with a four poster bed.
- Waggon & Horses
360 Bolton Road
The Waggon & Horses is a 150 year old village pub Home cooked food, daily specials, good wine and selection of cask ales are sold in a friendly way in the pleasant and homely setting. There is a bowling green at the rear of the pub with outside seating areas. Reopened since COVID
- Red Lion 81 Ramsbottom Road Hawkshaw BL8 4JS ku.oc.seelwl@yrubnoilder(01204) 856600
- Bay Horse
41 Torrington Street
A popular back street local offering a warm welcome and one hand pump. Located a short walk from the East Lancs Railway station. The pub is selling beer from the Mighty Medicine brewery.
- Crown Inn
37 Bury Street
An attractive ‘local’ with plenty of outdoor space, including a children’s play area. Under new management Reopened since COVID
- Edwin Waugh
10 Market Street
Spacious single-floor Wetherspoon's with large windows at the front and to one side, and a small patio to the rear. The pub is named after the dialect poet Edwin Waugh, who died in 1890 and was described as the Burns of Lancashire. The pub is comfortably furnished with easy chairs, plus a few booths, and decorated with scenes of local history. The beer cellar is located on the first floor above the bar. Food is served until 10pm. The beer range changes often and quite regularly supports local family and micro-breweries such as Phoenix. An extensive menu featuring vegetarian and child options is served all day, every day.
- Heywood Cricket Club
The Crimble Cricket Ground, Aspinall Street
- Olde Queen Anne
26 Market Place
Converted from the non-real ale ‘Old Fashioned’ bar, with a new emphasis on quality and variety from the bar. Refurbished, with one room dedicated to telling the story of Heywood. There are 3 handpulls on the bar serving 2 changing real ales and 1 cider.
- Pig & Whistle
138 Pilsworth Road
No real ale.
- Starkey Arms
22 Manchester Road
Located only 5 minutes walk from the Heywood station on the East Lancashire Railway line. Cheaper beer during the week.
- Summit Hotel
152 Bury New Road
Now with Real Ale. Quiz on Thursday; karaoke/live music at weekends. See Facebook for details
- Three Arrows Inn
Moss Hall Road
moc.liamelgoog@dnulgneal(0161) 222 6412
Foody pub situated in a rural location on the edge of the industrial estates. The bar area has a single handpump, a small number of toys and also two parrots. There is a food area on a higher level than the main bar area. Outside the building there is a play area with seating. Large car park.
- White Hart Hotel
701 Heywood Old Road
moc.clpbm@511940nub(0161) 654 9815
A detached, large and family friendly pub set in countryside between Heywood & Rhodes with a spacious car park and outdoor seating tables. The pub was refurbished in 2018. The inside comprises several alcoves with comfortable seating and bright decor. It has a good reputation for reasonably priced, appetising food offering excellent value for money with specials available daily. Sadly no public transport to the pub
- Bay Horse 41 Torrington Street Heywood OL10 2EZ (01706) 369321
- Shoulder Of Mutton
Lumb Carr Road
Description: Landmark village pub, convenient for walks to Peel Tower and other local footpaths. Appreciate the original Crown Brewery tiling in the porch area and the Sarcophogus dining room.
Pub has recently been refurbished under new management, to remove the 'improvements' from the previous refurb, restoring the pub to its previous condition.
The closing times for Sat & Sun are 'late'
- Shoulder Of Mutton Lumb Carr Road Holcombe BL8 4LZ (01706) 822001
- Holcombe Brook
- Hare & Hounds
400 Bolton Road West
This popular community pub goes from strength to strength. Its function room is used by various local groups to hold meetings and it is also used by its own quiz team in a local league. Food is served daily until 10pm. Sports TV is shown around the bar and there is a quiet room where patrons can sit and chat. Reopened 6/7/2020
- Hare & Hounds 400 Bolton Road West Holcombe Brook BL0 9RY firstname.lastname@example.org(01706) 822107
- Falconers Arms
1 Falcon View
A good well run Lees local with food in early evenings & lunch time at weekends
- Famous King George
259 Hollins Road
Under New Management
Popular locals pub with seperate restaurant area. Food is served daily, with offers. Room hire available with functions catered for. Outside catering also available. Live music on a Saturday night from 9pm. Sports are shown in bar area. Family/child friendly with a beer garden and smoke shelter backing on to a local park via gated access.
Reopened since COVID
- White Hart Inn
489 Hollins Road
Now with Real Ale
- Falconers Arms 1 Falcon View Hollins OL8 4HF 07590 506989
- Grapes Inn
161 St. John Street
(0161) 971 0624
A pub with a warm welcome, great food and plenty of drinks to choose from. The pub has beer garden for making the most of the warm summer evenings and a small function room available for a private get together.
- Red Lion
109 High Street
In the middle of Lees village, the Red Lion offers live sport, Weekend entertainment & food. Thursday, Free Pool. Friday & Saturday DJ from 9pm Reopened after COVID
- Grapes Inn 161 St. John Street Lees OL4 3DR (0161) 971 0624
Family orientated pub/restaurant overlooking pictureque Holligworth Lake. Special offers on meals are usually available. Two regularly changing guest beers are available. The car park is "pay and display" but parking charges are refunded on making a purchase. Reopened 6/7/2020
- Dyers Arms
157 Whitelees Road
A comunity local with a friendly atmosphere with an enthusiastic licensee. The pub sells 3 real ales from literally anywhere. Live music is featured. Wednesday is Quiz Night. Food is to be introduced on Weekend lunchtimes in late Spring 2019
Reopened 30/7/2020 after COVID
- Hare On The Hill
132 Hare Hill Road
New pub/bar/gastropub described as very small...but ever so perfectly formed!! The bar is owned/run by the people from The Flying Horse in Rochdale, so has an excellent pedigree. 4 Real ales are sold via flowjets. Real cider is available. Reopened 5/7/2020
- King William IV
Higher Shore Road, Shore
Pub reopend in Ocober 2018 under private ownership, friendly warm welcome guarentted. No food, as of June 2019. 3 rooms are available for Bed & Breakfast Reopened 4/7
- Littleborough Conservative Club
8 Peel Street
A club selling real ale
- Littleborough Sports Club
Deep Lane, Off Rakewood Road
(0161) 682 1867
Based at Littleborough RUFC. A friendly welcome is assured. Free entry, with a raffle is held on match days.
- Moorcock Inn
Traditional country inn, originally a farmhouse built in 1681 and first licensed in 1840. Located at the foot of the Pennines with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, the inn has a warm, friendly atmosphere, serving guest beers from Pictish and other local micro-breweries. There is a full a la carte menu served in the restaurant every evening and lunchtimes Friday to Sunday. Seven en-suite bedrooms make this an ideal base to explore the local area. The smoking area outside is covered.
- Queens Hotel
57 Church Street
A classic example of a terraced, stone built local pub sandwiched between small shops and businesses on the main village street.
Reopened after COVID Opening times amended !
- Rake Tapas Restaurant
2 Blackstone Edge Old Rd.
Home of the Hay Rake Brewery, the pub is an established restaurant which also has accomatsaion. Locally sourced food is provided with tapas as a speciality. A micro brewery is a situated on site providing a variety of different beers including a German style Pilsner. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Red Lion
6 Halifax Road
Detached stone built pub, nestling between the railway and canal, yet far older than both. There are four distinct rooms, each different in character. The main room is large and homely. The adjacent snug has comfortable high-backed chairs. The final two rooms are for games and TV sport. Up to six guest beers supplement the two regulars and the house beer from Robinsons. Regretfully traditional ciders are no longer on sale. Quiz night is Tuesday. Happy Hour 2-7 Monday to Friday, 2-5 Saturday and Sunday where beer is 40p off. Reopened since COVID
The Summit i located on the Littleborough to Todmorden road close to the Manchester – Sowerby Bridge canal. This is a traditional English country pub, built 1824, offering a warm welcome, real ale and home cooked food. Dog and child friendly with beer garden. Live music Friday & quiz night on a Sunday. Reopened after COVID Opening and kitchen times taken from photo on FaceBook page !
- Tophams Tavern
18 Smithy Bridge Road
Popular local with real ale Reopened after COVID
- White House
Blackstone Edge, Halifax Road
The White House is situated where the Pennine way crosses the A58 between Rochdale and Halifax. Built in 1691 as the Coach and Horses the building is 1,300ft above sea level giving panoramic views of the moors and valley below. A family run establishment for 30 years offering a warm and friendly welcome with walkers being welcome. The pub has four rooms, both with log fires. Excellent food is served, all day on Sunday. There is a bus stop on the Rochdale to Halifax route outside the front door. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Wine Press
This is primarily a restaurant, but always has three guest cask beers on sale. There are superb views across Holligworth Lake. Large contingent of motor-cycles at weekends. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Beach Lakeside Littleborough OL15 0DD (01706) 378163
- White Hart Inn
51 Stockport Road
A true free house in a classic stone building dating from 1788, it commands impressive views over the surrounding hills and Greater Manchester. The multi-room layout has log-burning stoves in the refurbished bar area and Brassiere, behind which is a restaurant, function rooms and guest accommodation. Quality food is served daily in the pub and separate Brassiere from an award-winning kitchen. Three regular hand-pulled beers are supplemented by three guests including one from Ossett. The White Hart hosts a variety of events including themed dinners and wine tastings.
- White Hart Inn 51 Stockport Road Lydgate OL4 4JJ (01457) 872566
- Apple & Pear
(0161) 465 2360
Lees community pub. Refurbished and serving pub food with pub games. Live music and entertainment
- Britannia Inn
6 Middleton Gardens
(0161) 643 3248
Friendly town centre pub. Closing time on Friday & Saturday is Late
- Carters Arms 610 Manchester Old Road Middleton M24 4PW (0161) 653 4415
- Crown Inn
52 Rochdale Road
(0161) 654 9174
A friendly community pub, renowned for its bitter. The pub has a popular established quiz night on Thursday.
Due to open 11/7/2020
- Edgar Wood
34 Middleton Gardens
(0161) 653 7972
Renamed in July 2018. The pub was refurbished in 2016. Regular karaoke
- Gardeners Arms
644 Manchester Old Road
(0161) 653 1075
The Gardeners Arms is a friendly, warm and welcoming local community pub. The pub shows all live football and racing with access to RUK, ATR And other dports. They also have a newly refurbed restaurant With a 22 seated dining room and a revised menu.
- Gardeners Arms
266 Hollin Lane
(0161) 654 9794
The ‘Gardeners Arms’ a is traditional community pub. It was purchased by Holts purchased from ‘Whitbreads’ in September 1991. It offers a Lounge and Games Room.
- Gardeners Arms
330 Grimshaw Lane
(0161) 284 5499
Could possibly be described as the JW Lees brewery tap as it is the closest of their pubs to the brewery. Set in a terrace, this double-fronted house is larger than it seems. With bar to the right, the three large bays opposite it form a variety of seating areas - from plush to an almost utilitarian area-cum-dance space. All of this leads to a pleasant outdoor drinking / play area at the rear
- Gardeners Arms
114 Sandy Lane
(0161) 287 0285
The most hidden of the Middleton Junction pubs, this is a tidily kept affair with bar to the right overlooking two rooms at the front, and a pool table area somewhat further back. All very neatly decorated in a comfortable style.
- Harbord Harbord
17 - 19 Long Street
ku.oc.noopsrehtew@dje513p(0161) 654 6226
Named after Middleton’s last Lord of the Manor, this centre of town pub is popular with locals, shoppers and as a meeting place for night revellers. Adorned with historical pictures of old Middleton and a library for those wanting a quiet read with their pints, hosts twice yearly beer festivals and Meet the Brewer nights, featuring local beers regularly. This community Wetherspoons has really come of age in recent years in terms of real ale and is well worth a visit.
- Hare & Hounds
228 Oldham Road
(0161) 643 3100
Thwaites pub specialising in real ale & homemade food. Thursday night is quiz night. Disco & karaoke from 8 on FRrday & Saturday. The enclosed beer garden is perfect for a summer's day
- Jolly Carter
321 Oldham Road
(0161) 637 4114
A family friendly local with plenty of music and sport to keep you entertained
- Lancashire Fold
(0161) 643 4198
Busy, well-appointed and popular estate style pub, built by Lees in 1961. The pub boasts a large lounge, function room, a separate public bar and a newly refurbished outside drinking area. Seasonal beers are always sold along with other beers from the Lees permanent range from time to time. Food is home cooked and hearty and parties are catered for. Live football is a big attraction with the locals and there is live music once a month. Buses to Middleton and Oldham pass the pub for onward travel.
- Manchester Golf Club
Hopwood Cottage, Rochdale Road
(0161) 643 3202
Private members' club. Visitors are welcome but please note the dress code - shirt with collar (no tee shirts), no jeans, no trainers.
- Middleton Archer
moc.rehcanotelddim@ofni(0161) 643 6472
A warm welcome and friendly atmosphere, here at the Middleton Archer.
******* 2 MEALS FOR £10 ********
Great food, drink and weekly entertainment!
- Middleton Cricket Club
(0161) 643 3595
(Reopening on 10/7/2020) Has reopened !
- Oddfellows Arms
191 Oldham Road
(0161) 643 2906
A warm welcome. Sky tv
- Old Cock Inn
528 Oldham Road
(0161) 654 8333
Old Lees pub close to Mills Hill Station. Music on Friday evenings
- Olde Boars Head
111 Long Street
(0161) 643 3520
Charming and ancient pub near the Parish Church dating back to at least 1632. Two bars serve a variety of rooms and alcoves. Features to note include stone flagged floors, viewing panel for the wattle and daub walls and a large Sessions Room, once a local Court House. Lees Seasonal beers sometimes sold. A covered and heated smoking sheltered to the rear of the pub. No food served on Sundays but check ahead for other food serving hours.
Due to reopen 3/8/2020
- Ring O' Bells
St. Leonards Square
moc.dlrowltn@senyahwregor(0161) 654 9245
A pub since 1831 the “Ringers” is situated up a steep hill within the conservation area, just above Jubilee Park and opposite the medieval Parish Church. It enjoys a fine elevated location and visitors should note the stunning views across to Oldham and beyond, especially at night. Very much community focused, it hosts an annual Maypole event on May Bank holiday Monday and a unique Pace Egg play on Easter Monday. Occasional live music, Sunday lunches and quizzes add to its attraction. A covered smoking area and a very attractive beer garden to the rear.
- Tandle Hill Tavern
14 Thornham Lane
(0161) 376 4492
This neat little pub nestles among a number of farms along an unmade, potholed lane. A one mile walk from either end rewards the drinker with a main bar and lounge area with a separate quiet side room. A walled rear beer garden and benches to the front and side provide outdoor seating. Popular with walkers, farmers and locals, dogs are very welcome. Food is limited to toasties. House beer, Bumpy Lane is dry hopped Lees Bitter. In adverse weather, or in winter, phone ahead to check opening times.
(0161) 643 8880
Thornberries is a bar / restaurant located in Alkrington Garden Village, Middleton, North Manchester. Thornberries is a venue for either an evening out or a relaxing break in the daytime. By night we offer food including a great selection of healthy meals all in relaxing surroundings.
- Wilton Arms Hotel
818 Manchester Old Road
(0161) 643 3270
The pub has real ale and has Cask Marque
- Apple & Pear Andover Avenue Middleton M24 1TY (0161) 465 2360
- Middleton Junction
- Minders Arms
51 Joshua Lane
(0161) 643 4964
Traditional, small, friendly, three-roomed local, just a few yards from the brewery gates, and the vinegar / pickle works. Hemmed in by the railway line, and busy dog-leg bridge that takes traffic beneath it. Tidy, but unremarkable interior with a few period photos of local scenes; to the side is a neat beer garden that makes good use of the cramped space afforded.
- Radclyffe Arms
390 Grimshaw Lane
(0161) 222 4172
Sports pub with a large Manchester teams fan base. Deceptively large former Burtonwood house on the Middleton side of the railway bridge that was Middleton Junction station (closed 1964). Smart and stylish interior - a quiet lounge to the right, then a central bar that oversees a very large room with an almost in "club style" arrangement of the many tables and chairs there. Bar snacks with free half-time food for Manchester matches. Regular entertainment - every Saturday - either a DJ / Karaoke or singer / band. The beer garden has a childrens play area. Real ale is available, from the Marston's range.
- Railway & Linnet
369 Grimshaw Lane
A warm and welcoming family pub on the border with Chadderton. This historic location is by the long-closed (1964) Middleton Junction railway station. Smart interior is of a T-shape - the bar in the centre divides up the space between a small lounge on one side, and a pool room on the other. A large, peaceful, and well-maintained beer garden at the rear is a real suntrap, and has plenty of play things to keep children amused. A motorcycle group meets at the pub on Thursdays. The function room is free to hire.
- Minders Arms 51 Joshua Lane Middleton Junction M24 2AY (0161) 643 4964
- Crown & Shuttle
170 Rochdale Road, Firgrove
Small terrace house consisting of a large lounge to the front right, and under the stairway to the left is a smaller front snug. This is decorated with old photos from the brewery, it has a feature fireplace. To the back of the pub is another open room that fronts the bar. All neatly presented. Out at the rear is a pleasant, small beer garden with uninterrupted views over to the hills above Littleborough. Warm Atmosphere and Home cooked food 10:00 till 18:00 Saturday & Sunday No Smooth , just the three Cask Ales
- Free Trade Tavern
115 Newhey Road
Pleasant pub standing adjacent to Milnrow Park, giving it a country feel. The extensive Beer Garden compliments the well furnished interior and makes for a relaxing atmosphere. Bus Services stop next to the pub.(58,181/182).
Cross Gates, Wildhouse Lane
The Gallows is a warm, freindly pub that is old fashioned yet suited to the 21st century, it has a strong, local customer base. The pub re-opened in January 2016 under a new landlord and from March is selling food
- John Milne
Foodie pub, now with real ale. Open for breakfasts Reopened after COVID BREAKFAST SERVING TIMES Weekdays 6:30am - 10:30am Weekends 7am - 11am
- Milnrow Cricket Club
This is a members club with free access to non – members. Milnrow Cricket Club were founder members of the Central Lancashire League in 1892 but the club itself is much older. Sited at Ladyhouse off Harbour Lane Milnrow, it is less than 5 minutes walk from Milnrow Tram Stop on the Rochdale line. The bar is open 7 days a week from 6.30 pm until midnight. During the cricket season alcohol is served from 12 noon to midnight on Saturday and Sunday when food, general pub fayre, can be purchased in the cricket pavilion during the game. The club regularly has Lees Bitter and Thwaites Wainwright which are always in fine fettle and hope to have guest beers on from local micro breweries throughout the cricket season. On production of their card CAMRA members will be able to purchase beer at member’s prices. The clubhouse is a modern building where snooker, crib and dominoes are played. There is also a separate large function room. The club hopes to host a beer festival at the seasons end. The club has a large car park. To get there on sat nav then put in postcode OL16 4HF
- Milnrow Working Mens Club
131 Dale St
This friendly club welcomes all. There is no admission charge. The closing times are officially 'late'. The club has recently gone free of tie so the beer range is open to change. Dogs are welcome up to 7pm.
31 Newhey Road
On the main road through the village. Caters for over 25s. Now a jam night every Thursday. Reopened since COVID
- Tim Bobbin
3 Dale Street
Rebranded back to The Tim Bobbin, named after the Lancastrian poet, the pub is open plan with two lounge areas. Live sport is screened . The pub is next to a bus stop and is close to the Milnrow tram stop. Refurbished in Jan 2020
- Waggon Inn
35 Butterworth Hall
Built in 1782, the Waggon, locally known as the Back Waggon, still retains many of the original features including mullioned windows. The building has been sympathetically refurbished but maintains a traditional ambience. An excellent food menu features daily specials, tapas and a Sunday roast. The fine dining is complemented by three beers from Marston’s, two of which change on a monthly basis. Awarded Marston’s National Pub of the Year in 2017. A warm welcome is always assured. Within easy walking distance of Milnrow’s Metrolink stop and local bus services.
- Crown & Shuttle 170 Rochdale Road, Firgrove Milnrow OL16 3BU 07984 311211
- Bulls Head
Lane Bottom, Ogden
Family owned bar/restaurant pub wich cask ales. The closing times are given as 'late' rather than midnight
- Newhey Lodge
The Lodge has been completely been rufurbished into a 'Sports Bar' with 2 real ales. A wide range of Sports memorabilia and a battery of TVs gives the bar a sporty feeling. The upstairs snooker room has been similarly deorated. Plans are to provide further locally sourced beers and a food menu. The Lodge is situated adjacent to Newhey Tram stop and is within 100yds of the bus stop.(58,181 and 182). In 2018 the pub was awarded the Rochdale, Oldham & Bury branch of CAMRA Most Improved Pub award
- Bulls Head Lane Bottom, Ogden Newhey OL16 3TD (01706) 847992
- Hop & Vine
796A Edenfield Rd
Opened 31st Oct 2020
- Hop & Vine 796A Edenfield Rd Norden OL12 7RB
- Ashton Arms
28 - 30 Clegg Street
(0161) 630 9709
Recently refurbished popular town centre Free house featuring an open plan interior with the bar to a raised area to the rear. An excellent range of four to six rotating beers, mainly from local micros and LocAles but also featuring beers from further afar. Traditional cider/perry is permanently on sale. The fridges contain a good selection of Belgian and German bottled beers. Good value food is served weekdays until 6pm (5pm Friday) with pork pies and sandwiches at the weekend.
Reopened after Corvid Not doing food at present!
- Bank Top Tavern
ku.oc.nrevatpotknab@seiriuqne(0161) 624 8603
Situated in the heart of the “Western Quarter,” The Bank Top Tavern is one of Oldham’s town centre live music venues. The pub has live bands until 'late' on Friday & Saturday nights. Totally biker friendly with car parking space for several cars and bikes, the staff are always looking forward to making new friends and welcoming back old ones. The pub is very handy for the King Street metro stop.
Reopened since COVID. Note revised times.
- Bridge Inn
31 Moorhey Street
A welcoming friendly local’s pub that caters for all tastes. It has active crib and darts teams and a sizeable area with a pool table. The pub supports many charities including McMillan Cancer Care. A juke box with a good selection of music is popular. Now owned by JW Lees but a Gartside Brewery pub in the past. The Lees seasonal is sold but isn't always available.
- Buck & Union
36 Union Street
(0161) 628 0301
Just off the town centre. 'Fun' pub with many activities. Karaoke Fri, Sat & Sun evenings. Handy for both King Street & Central tram stops
- Carrion Crow
271 Huddersfield Road
email@example.com(0161) 633 4490
Originally a coaching inn dating from 1796 and refurbished in 2017, the Crow is an attractive, open-plan, popular pub. Six handpumps serve a range of cask ales from the Marston’s extended stable. A community local hosting crib, darts, dominoes, football and quiz teams. The boozy news corner features histories local pubs and breweries. All cask ales are discounted after 18:00 on Monday with Thursday being quiz night followed by a light supper. There is live music on the weekend and regular beer festivals. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Cob & Coal Tap
Units 12,13,14, Tommyfield Market, Albion Street,
(0161) 624 0446
A Bijou establishment with a fine range of Real Ales and German Lagers. Pub has 6 ales on, 4 German style lagers on keg a selection of Ciders. Offer CAMRA discounts on real ale & cider 20p per pint for CAMRA carrying members
- Fox & Pine
18 Greaves St
(0161) 628 2475
A new and very valuable addition to the previously sparse Real Ale scene in Oldham Town Centre, the Fox and Pine is a real ale lovers delight. 10 hand pumps serving varied beer styles (there will always be at least one dark beer on) plus 8 Real Ciders. The pub also features 5 ABK fonts for those who like traditional Bavarian Beer. The Bar is downstairs with an open seating area, whilst upstairs are two linked rooms. It is all decorated with a Fox and Pine theme (The name referring to the origins of the owners from Leicester and Oldham). Substantial cold meals are available throughout the day.
275 Greenacres Road
(0161) 652 4936
Friendly local close to Greenacres cemetery. The real ale is in the tap room, along with the darts board, pool table and many trophies won by the pub's teams.
- Hawthorn Inn
65 Roundthorn Road
They have entered a team into the Oldham Quiz League, replacing the now-closed Dog and Partridge over the road. The quiz league's AGM was held at the Hawthorn on 2019-08-07 .
- Highfield Inn
578 Ripponden Road
A friendly local with 3 real ale. Live music and sports tv
- Kings Arms Hotel
(0161) 264 7946
Food driven pub in the countryside above Oldham. The food is freshly prepared on the premises daily ranging from homemade burgers to the freshly toasted seasame buns they come served on
- Minders Arms
182 Huddersfield Road
(0161) 624 6081
'Fun' pub. It should be noted that the pub doesn't use pump clips so real ale can be on sale even if there isn't one
- Moorside Cricket & Bowling Club Turf Pit Lane, Moorside Oldham OL4 2ND (0161) 624 1398
22 Sholver Lane, Sholver
The ‘Northgate’ is a Traditional Community Public House on Sholver Green. Purchased from ‘Boddingtons’ in February 1992. It has a Lounge, and Games Room.
- Royal Oak
172 Manchester Road, Werneth
A little altered four room and drinking lobby / hallway pub. Built in 1824, it was extended in 1888 and the toilet block was added in 1937 when the pub underwent a refurbishment. Walk into the lobby bar, an L-shaped room where both the two sides of the servery and the walls have similar (inter-war?) panelling that was originally dark wood but now stained/painted a light/yellow colour. The lobby has inter-war panelling to 3/4's height, a bar back of shelves of no great age attached to (ply) panels possible of the 1970s and Formica bar tops. A door on the front right leads to a small room with another side of the servery but the counter front is modern (1970's?) and maybe was previously a hatch? It retains fixed seating probably from 1888 with signs of bell pushes and has small round Formica top tables but has lost its fireplace. The rear right small room has a doorway, original fixed seating with bell pushes above, more Formica topped tables, but has lost its fireplace and what looks like c.1970s panels cover the walls. There is a section of wall removed between front right and rear right rooms 'for supervision'. The rear left small room retains its door, original fixed seating with bell pushes above, the old wood surround fireplace has been blocked up with an electric fire in front and more Formica top tables. The front left room has a door, a lino tiled floor, original wood backed, upholstered seat fixed seating (all other fixed seating is upholstered) around the room but no bell pushes and the fireplace is blocked-up. Note the figure '4' on the door to the cellar. Door handles are likely to be from 1927. Gents has three old style urinals but has lost its 1930s tiling. This popular community local features wood panelling, old-fashioned cast-iron radiators and an antique Gledhill cash register which is still in use as a till. A folk group meets here on Sunday and other groups meet in the separate room available for hire. The pub is in a restricted parking zone, but a small public car park is nearby. Regular bus services stop close by.
Report received 30/7/2020 Reopened
- Royal Oak Hotel
178 Union Street
moc.nsm@651neews(0161) 633 2642
Pub sold to Inglenook Inns & Taverns Ltd in early 2017 so the beers may change .......................................................................................................................................................................................
An early 20th century brick building with a quality refitting in 1928, including the insertion of a splendid glazed servery and lots of wall tiling, which remain to this day. The pub has also kept a traditional multi-roomed layout with a pool room and a cosy snug. The landlord is an avid real ale fan. The pub usually sells Old Tom in winter & Westons cider in Summer months . Tea, coffee and bar snacks available most of the day. Handy for the Mumps tram stop.
- Shepherds Boy
596 Huddersfield Road, Waterhead
Pub probably selling real ale. Opening hours may be 'variable'.
St. Mary's Way
(0161) 678 8545
Large, town centre pub next to the town's market. Has va quiz & live acts.
- Up Steps Inn
17 - 23 High Street
(0161) 627 5001
Traditional town centre Wetherspoon's on the main shopping street close to the bus station, market and cinema. There are usually two regular real ales plus three rotating guests on offer, including beers from local breweries under the LocAle scheme. The pub hosts beer festivals throughout the year featuring special real ales and traditional ciders. Food is available from 8am (breakfast until noon) to 11pm with beer being served from 9am and families are welcome until 9pm. Cider is usually from Westons and Gwynt Y Ddraig with others at festival times. It should be noted that pump clips don't always mean that the beer is on sale.
- Weavers Arms
172 Huddersfield Road
(0161) 345 2919
A traditonal pub by the side of the main road with a lounge to the left of the entrance and a snug with a lino floor to the right. The snug contains lots of trophies for the pub's teams as well as a pool table and darts board. The pub has darts, dominos and crib on Monday and Tuesday, quiz night on Weds, afternoon bingo on Thursday, karaoke on Fri, Sat and Sunday and a live act every month. There are large screen TV's with sports shown daily.
- Ashton Arms 28 - 30 Clegg Street Oldham OL1 1PL (0161) 630 9709
- All The Shapes
8 Warwick Street
ku.oc.sepahsehtlla@olleh(0161) 798 5555
This was and is a labour of love for Richard & Rebecca and is reflected in the relaxed atmosphere. Opened in Nov this/café bar as built up a regular clientle which is steadily growing, fantastic artisan coffee, cakes, diverse brunch menu plus an excellent evening menu with ingredients sourced from local produce, not only do they source their food locally they also get their real ale from local micro - breweries with two ever changing beers. Beer garden, smoking area, and disabled access are all being worked on.
Reopening on 9/7/2020
- Church Inn
40 Church Lane
moc.liamg@motdroldnal(0161) 798 6727
Dating from the 17th Century the Church Inn is a very well run pub, clean and tidy in the shadow of an historic Church. The Church is the only pub in the area offering choice with up to four real ales as it is surrounded by numerous Holts outlets. There are five en site bedrooms and food is served at lunchtimes. Folk nights held every Friday and open jamming sessions on Tuesdays. An upstairs meeting room is available for hire.
- Crooked Man
7 Fairfax Road
Located in a renovated Victorian building, the bar offers an ever changing selection of cask and keg beer, wine, spiritss, cocktails, loose leaf tea, coffee and cakes, as well as a great choice of bar snacks. It hosts regular street food pop–ups covering a range of culinary styles. Free wi-fi with USB sockets for freelancers and plenty of space for meetings. In the evening, resident and guest DJs, play music. The large upstairs space is used to support local artists/photogaphers and also be used as a venue for live music and other activities.
- Farmers Arms
51 Simister Lane
(0161) 773 1851
Clean, well run pub in a semi-rural setting with freindly, helpful staff. The pub has quiz nights, darts & sports shown on tv. The food includes homemade pies. Walkers are welcome. Very limited bus service. Traditional Village Pub.
401-403 Bury New Road
ku.oc.rabefacklof@hciwtserp(0161) 798 5219
Busy place at weekends this pub/café/restaurant is on the main street in the centre of Prestwich. It has 3 handpulls and is dog friendly. Music on Friday/Saturday evenings ( D J), with live bands on Sundays. They offer 20% discount to card carrying CAMRA members.
* All PAYMENTS are by CARD ONLY. *
- Foresters Arms
444 Bury New Road
Traditional two room pub layout with lounge bar and seperate public bar. The ‘Foresters Arms’ was built in 1964 and is a friendly local that is located close to the tram and bus links in Prestwich village. Normally busy with local drinkers.
firstname.lastname@example.org(0161) 773 2645
An imposing red-brick building on the main Prestwich to Agecroft road. The pub comprises a dining area, neat snug bar and comfortable lounge. Both drinking areas are served by an impressive semi island bar with wooden surrounds and hatches. Food is available all day until 8pm (9pm Fri and Sat). Outside, there is a large patio and seating area for smokers. The car park is small. Dogs in front garden, Children allowed in drinking areas and beer gardens. Tribute act once a month Reopened since COVID
- Goods In
Stella House Unit 2A Infant St
Open July 2020 Serving Cask Ale. Saltaire South Island 1 of 3 handpulls Only that 1 handpull on at moment.
- Keg,Cask & Bottle
Longfield Centre Prestwich
Bar in Shopping Centre They serve real ale and have two pumps featuring a rotating line up of ales which can be enjoyed in their shop or taken home in 1l growlers.
No indoor drinking during Covid-19. You can drink outdoors !
163 Bury Old Road
Built over 300 years ago, this is a great community pub, with a friendly relaxed atmosphere. It boasts 5 separate rooms including a pool room, off the bar area and the enclosed beer garden is an ideal place for families, and children are welcome until 7pm. Ask to try one of their adult puzzles and impress your pals, or get free camera or PC advice on a Wednesday Night from the camera group. You may even pick some fresh fruit and veg courtesy of The Incredible Edibles raised beds in the rear garden area. It’s an ideal place for meetings and functions/parties with catering by arrangement. Bootleg now on keg.
- Prestwich Church Institute & Gentlemans Club
368 Bury New Rd
(0161) 772 6057
A welcoming social club with a great atmosphere, friendly staff and members, weekly quiz nights (thurs) 9-30 start. Bingo at weekends, charity events are run in aid of various charities. Ladies disabled toilet but can be used by both sexes if supervised Non - members are welcome, they also pay the same price for their drinks as the members but would be expected to join if they visited on a regular basis, all in all a great little club well worth supporting.
- Prestwich Conservative Club
35 Church Lane
(0161) 773 1976
Large, comfortable club with a snooker room (three tables) and a function room with dance floor. The bar is L shaped, with a small seating area at one end and a larger seating area at the other end. Cask ale on handpump from national brewers. Beware of steep steps leading to front door. Reopened since COVID
- Prestwich Liberal Club
509 Bury New Road
Sells real ale
- Railway & Naturalist
464 Bury New Road
(0161) 773 9909
The pub re-opened in September 2018 selling real ale.
- Red Lion
398 Bury New Road
Classy Multi area drinking rooms all served from a central bar. Artist or group most Friday nights.
- Royal Oak
23-25 Whittaker Lane
(0161) 773 8691
A three room pub with a large back lounge which was the public bar. Typical sde street community local with a warm welcome to anyone at anytime.
- Same Yet Inn
145 Simister Lane
(0161) 653 1430
Clean, well run, food led pub in rural surroundings. Very restricted bus service. Live music monthly. The pub was refurbishe in Autumn 2017
- White Horse Inn
466 Bury New Road
(0161) 798 9172
A multi-roomed pub with each area radiating from a central bar. The White Horse is situated in the heart of Prestwich village and is known to the locals as a great community pub. A pleasant place to drink. Strong Horse Racing following on TV.
Bury Old Road
moc.tlohhpesoj@eprohtdooweht(0161) 795 0032
Dating back to 1851, The Woodthorpe was bought by Joseph Holt’s son; Sir Edward, in 1890 and was originally Edward Holt’s family home The pub is 'foody'. You can dine in the traditional bar area, or the luxurious Carvery and Function Room, which is available to hire for any occasion.
- All The Shapes 8 Warwick Street Prestwich M25 3HN ku.oc.sepahsehtlla@olleh(0161) 798 5555
- Hare & Hounds
170 Outwood Road
A family friendly community focused pub which holds many an event for various charities (bury hospice being one), also pool and crown green bowling teams are based here. when no matches are being held the bowling green is open to the general public (pub opening hrs ) at a nominal cost of £1-50 per person per day and the south facing beer garden catches the sun most of the day, the cost of real ale is reduced by 20p on Monday`s only ( which was in very good condition ), dogs are welcome but only in the outside areas. With very welcoming bar staff and locals a pleasant visit is certain.
- Lock Keeper
(0161) 723 3502
A fairly new, recently refurbished establishment. ther is a children's play area at one end of the building, a dining area in the middle and a drinking area at the other end. One regular draught beer on from Green King and a guest beer usually from Bank Top. Mainly family orientated with a function room as well
- Market Bar
Radcliffe Market Hall 11 Blackburn St
The Bar is a fairly new addition in the Market Hall, where a warm welcome awaits. There is a large seating area behind the Bar as well as barstools. Both cask and keg are offered from Brightside Brewery which is situated very close by. Also Real Cider & Perry from Redbank in Radcliffe is available or customers can try Mulled Wine or cocktails “with attitude”. Live Music at weekend evenings and a Quiz every month on a Thursday (check website/Facebook for dates)
- New Inn
387 Ainsworth Road
moc.kooltuo@notgnillabeninaj(0161) 723 0583
A very traditional red brick friendly pub (free of tie), with three real ales on offer at reasonable prices. Refurbished inside in January 2019, it offers a pleasant bright decor with comfortable seating. There is a large beer garden with bbq’s in summer. Various pub activities take place such as meat raffles, and live entertainment on Saturdays giving it a real community feel. Sky tv, pool, darts/dominoes. Car parking on unmade lane at rear
- New Swan
141 Spring Lane
(0161) 723 2726
A corner terrace local boozer. Mainly open plan design with a separate pool room to side of the bar. A raised seeting area to left of front door. A very welcoming licencee and a busy bar on the day we visited. Value for money snadwiches and toasties at £1 each. Football and horse racing both being shown on different televisions when we were there.
- Old Cross Inn
1 Eton Hill Road
(0161) 723 5306
A Largely unspoilt pub in the Joseph Holt estate. Retains a lot of original features including the curved and sliding glass and wood shutters on the bar. Separate drinking areas largely intact and remnants of green tilework still visible at end of bar. Licencee advises rest of tilework still in place under wood panneling in main bar area.
- Railway Hotel
427 Ainsworth Road
A friendly traditional pub with a separate pool room off the main bar. Food is available. DJ Karoake on Fri/ Sat evenings and a Motown /Northern Soul Nite on the last Sat every month. Quiz nites are held on Tues/Thurs/Sundays. There are Mens & Ladies Darts and Poll teams. There is free use of a car park (opposite) after 6pm and all day Sat/Sun. The nearby bus stop is the 98 Bury – Radcliffe – Manchester service.
- Sparking Clog
Radcliffe Moor Road
(0161) 723 5690
What a difference a complete refurbishment & a new management team make. From having a dowdy unwelcoming decor and a not very good reputation it is now the exact opposite. When you walk inside you are met with a bright and airy interior and staff that greet you with a cheery smile. Leaning more towards a dining than a drinking experience they still have 3 to 6 real ales with Sparking Clog (house beer), and others from the Marston`s (range usually Marstons, Thwaites, Ringwood and Wychwood), all in good form. With two distinct areas there is plenty of room for both diners and drinkers. A varied choice of well cooked and reasonably priced food is on offer with themed food days and a carvery on Sunday. There is a children`s play area outside with other activities inside to keep them occupied. On Wednesday lunch time they host residents from local care homes with a two couse dinner and provide entertainment for them. A vibrant community pub well worth a visit. All cask ales are £2.50 on a Monday Reopened 4/7/2020
- St Marys Catholic Social Club
(0161) 723 2181
The club is open to non - members for up to 8 visits on payment of £1 per visit then you will be expected to join @ a cost of £10 per year, there are live acts every Saturday night @ a cost of £3 (£2 for members) , there is a rock and roll evening every Tuesday (privately run) at a cost of £2 all of which goes to charity , the function room can be hired by non -members for private parties. The club runs snooker, darts, dominoes and pool teams in the Radcliffe area and a quiz night is held every Monday during the winter all in all a very friendly well run club.
- Toby Carvery Ainsworth
465 Bury & Bolton Road, Ainsworth
moc.sbupdihcro@smrahtrowsnia(0161) 764 1405
The Toby Carvery Ainsworth Arms is on the main A58 road between Bury and Bolton. After a recent refurb it now has a carvery as well as a table menu. Pleasant open plan layout.
351 Bolton Road
A family friendly, open roomed pub, with upholstered seating and single bar, and pool table. Outdoor seating /smoking area where dogs allowed. Live music every alternate weekends and karaoke on Fridays. Pool team (Wed). Disabled toilet access by arrangement and side street parking available. Bus stop outside – 524.
- Wilton Arms
139 Coronation Road
(0161) 724 7068
Clean modern 1970's estate pub. The Wilton Arms is a community pub with lots of atmosphere and a beautifully big beer garden. The pub comprises of 3 separate rooms; a spacious lounge, a lively vault and a nice snug room
- Hare & Hounds 170 Outwood Road Radcliffe M26 1BG 07827 850247
326 Bolton Road West
This pub has been in the hands of the same licensee for fifteen years. He has recently introduced cask ale on three hand pumps all from fairly local brerweries and sales are doing well. Lunchtime food has also been reintroduced with plans to extend into the evening. Local live bands perform on Saturday evenings
- Duckworth Arms
416 Whalley Road
Description: Roadside Pub catering largely for those seeking food in pleasant surroundings, though there is a small area to the left of the bar where the Sports TV is located for those whose appetite is for liquids refreshment only. Open country views to front and to the rear where you can often hear the barking of the dogs at the Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary which is located at the top of the field. At weekends when conditions are favourable you might see the Hang gliders out over Scout Moor ridge.
Reopened 22/7/2020 after COVID
- Eagle & Child
3 Whalley Road
The Eagle and Child is an award winning pub refurbished in 2017. Four cask ales and real cider (Westons Rosies Pig) are sold. The excellent, home made, meals features produce grown on site. There is hearty welcome from their friendly staff, including young trainees they are developing to enter the pub and hospitality trade. The beer garden is a feature. They have 5 fabulous individually designed en-suite double rooms (2 with baths and balconies). All rooms have large beds and modern touches to ensure you have a luxurious stay with us. Accommodation is rated 4 star by Visit England
176 Bolton Road West
This pub has a very pleasant feel to it with plenty of seating in main bar area and in the area off it. It is clean and tidy and has a good selection of local ales on offer. Live music every fortnight dovetailed with Karaoke (Sat) and Disco is every (Fri). There is a good sized outdoor seating area.
Buses 472, 474, 481, 477
- Grey Mare Inn
25 Bolton Street
Working man’s pub. A traditional pub with friendly customers and popular with locals. Live music at weekends. Pool table, darts. The pub boasts a ghost in the cellar! You can see the beers on offer through the window ! Karaoke
- Hearth of the Ram
13 Peel Brow
This pub re-opened in May 2012 after a major fefurbishment which transformed it from a basic Punch Taverns pub to an upmarket restaurant/bar. The empasis is on using using local produce for the food and local breweries for the beer. Now with 4 real ales
- Holcombe Tap
13 Bolton Road West
Holcombe Tap opened in September 2018 on the site of the old Masons Arms. New signage and a nice inside refurb both adding a contemporary twist. The above plus pleasant staff makes the pub a very pleasant place to visit. On offer are 3 cask ales (paddles of 3 thirds are available) , cocktails, wine, 24 different gins, lager & cider. Small plate style freshly cooked food is served with ingredients being locally sourced where possible. Guest Beers Thornbridge Market Porter Moorhouse's White Witch
- Irwell Works Brewery Tap
This small local is situated on the first floor above the Irwell Works Brewery with a balcony for outside drinking. It serves a range eight beers from the brewery's own production together with two real ciders on handpump. They pride themselves on the brewing and sale of traditional style beers with hops and barley being predominantly English. Hot and cold snacks (Carrs Pasties, homemade sausage rolls, cheese boards) are now served from Friday to Sunday from 12.00 to 17.00. Live music events every Wednesday and Thursday nights. The bar is decorated with old photographs of the Ramsbottom area and it is only a short walk to the East Lancashire Railway, the local preserved steam railway.
158 Bolton Street
A traditional stone built pub in keeping with its mill town location. Two separate areas with a wood burning fire in the Lounge. There are many historical photos of picturesque Ramsbottom and surroundings. The central bar offers four cask ales, Real Cider and a food menu listing old favourites as well as contemporary dishes such as home-made cheese and onion pie, gammon steak and real chips (no eve meals Sat and Sun). There is a small beer garden with bench seating and a heated smoking area. A dog and family friendly pub.
- Northern Whisper Brewing Co. Ramsbottom
59 Bridge Street
New Northern Whisper Brewery Tap which opened September 2020 since COVID. Situated at the traffic lights at the top of Bridge St, the premises have been tastefully renovated with three separate drinking areas on different levels. There are 4 Northern Whisper cask ales on hand pump, with a further 8 craft keg taps selling Northern Whisper ales. 2 taps serve craft cider.
39 Bridge Street
A modern open style plan with 3 areas. The landlord & staff take real pride in offering a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
Guest Beer was Hobgoblin for Halloween. Most Thwaites tied pubs now only sell the Ribble Valley brewed Thwaites Beers, very few the Wolverhampton brewed Wainwright and Lancaster Bomber
- Owens Restaurant & Bar
10 Railway Street
A restaurant with a real ale bar open to non diners situated just across the road from the Ramsbottom Station on the East Lancashire Railway. The bar serving Real Ale is on the left with the restaurant on the right. There is plenty of free parking across the road. Areas of the pub can be hired for parties and functions. Opens at 9 am for breakfasts with those wishing to have a liquid (alcoholic) breakfast having to wait till 11.30 am! The decor is modern and plush with comfortable seating suitable for both dining and having a social drink. The real fire adds to the warmth in the colder weather and dark nights.
- Railway Hotel
2 Bridge Street
The pub was refurbished in Spring 2019 and reopened,a under new licensee, on Friday 14th June 2019 Three regular beers.
- Ram Cafe/Bar
38 Bridge Street
Cosy bar in central Ramsbottom
- Ramsbottom Cricket Club
Open to non members and very busy at weekends and when Ramsbottom F.C are playing at home (football pitch is adjacent the cricket club). Choice of 3 real ales. separate function room which is popular for functions. Situated by the side of the ELR track, a narrow road (just by the level crossing) ends at the club which also has ample car parking
- Ramsbottom Royal British Legion
Situated in a back street in the centre of Ramsbottom it could easily be missed which would be a pity for it’s a cracking little club. A one room establishment but don`t let that put you off. The members and steward were more than welcoming (no entry fee) unless you become a regular then you would be expected to join as a social member (£9 per yr) as for the most important thing, the beer was excellent. Two pumps are in use all the time with everchanging beers which include many local microbreweries. Only a short walk from the East Lancs Railway real ale trail. On street parking is close by. The smoking area is outside the entrance. The 472/474 and Rosso Red 4 buses come from Bury Additional info: Membership is now £9 a year Reopened 4/7/2020
- Ramsbottom Tap
43 Bolton Street
The former First Chop has re-opened with real ale & 'craft keg'. There are 5 hand pumps for real ale which are constantly changing, 10 taps for craft keg and 6 taps for cider. Limited food is now available, usually pie and peas Lilley's Mango & Rhubarb shown on FaceBook
- Rose & Crown
96 Carr Street
A pub with a great friendly atmosphere and a number of quality cask beers. Now with Sky & BT sport. Food now limited to Sunday Dinner only
- XLII Cafe & Bar
42 Bolton Street
Café bar opened in former shop premises in November 2014. 2 hand pumps available and beer is usually sourced from local breweries. It is a family run business and the owners are keen to obtain Cask Marque accreditation
- Brook 326 Bolton Road West Ramsbottom BL0 9QY (01706) 822018
600 Whitworth Road
The Albion is situated on Whitworth Road & provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The home made food is prepared from locally sourced ingredients. There is a large beer garden situated to the rear with additional seating to the front for the summer month's. In winter there is an open fire in the snug. Baby changing and disabled facilities available.
Parking is limited but can park on the church car park opposite
35 Toad Lane
A former CAMRA national pub of the year, the Baum has never let the mantle slip and has been a regular winner of the branch pub of the year. It is situated just off St Marys Gate and a 10 minute easy walk from the tram / bus station. Inside the pub is laid out in a way that is quite intimate, with bare wood floors and a traditional feel to it. There is a conservatory area at the back, with a walled beer garden and smoking area. Beer wise there is an ever-changing menu of seven real ales, and one traditional cider, all immaculately kept and served by knowledgeable and friendly bar staff, with discount for CAMRA members. Fair selection of world bottled beer and draught continental lagers. Food is served daily and is excellent quality at a reasonable price. The pub is in the heritage area of Rochdale and next door to the Rochdale Pioneers museum, well worth a visit in its own respect.
- Bombay Brew
1 Drake Street
3 handpump ales and 1 cider & 3 craft IPAs Indian Restaurant open
- Bridge Inn
741 Edenfield Road, Norden
The Bridge Inn normally has 3 real ales from Marston’s regularly on sale and occasionally another brand, from the Marston’s portfolio, as a guest ale. The pub supports a number of local community groups including the ‘Friends’ of the recently re-furbished Norden Jubilee Park sited at the side of the Pub. Whilst food is not served there is an excellent fish & chip shop nearby. It is good to see that the pub has been re-vitalised after many years in the doldrums.
Reopened by 10/7/2020
- Brown Cow
832 Edenfield Road, Norden
Long established popular local in the centre of Norden village that serves real ale.
Reopened after COVID
Changing beers from Ei selection.
- Cemetery Hotel
470 Bury Road
The Cemetery is recognised by CAMRA as having a nationally important historic pub interior for its Edwardian decor. There are three separate rooms off a main bar area. The front left room has impressive tiles and splendid mahogany seating areas. Rochdale AFC is close by, the pub being popular on match days with one room displaying club memorabilia. Seven Real Ales are available. The pub has a lively atmosphere despite being next to Rochdale Cemetery!
Open by 5-7-2020
21 Syke Road, Syke
Quaint pub in a semi rural setting with extensive views from the rear windows. Quiz night Wednesday, karaoke Friday and live music on Saturday.
- Fairview Inn
78 Broad Lane
A Carvery Restaurant with large bar area which has been revitalised under new ownership. As it’s name suggests it boasts excellent views over Rochdale and the Pennines towards West Yorkshire. As well as an all day carvery the pub now has a breakfast buffet menu every morning from 8am. Reopened since COVID
- Flying Horse Hotel
37 Packer Street
First built in 1691 and re-built in 1926 this is an impressive Edwardian stone built free house, situated in the Town Hall Square. with many original architectural features remaining. Ten cask ales and two traditional ciders are available. Live sporting events are shown on TV and live music plays Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The hotel features log fires and provides accommodation. The menu features meat from the local butcher and pies made on the premises. A function room is available for hire and there is a heated smokers’ area outside. . Ben, Sarah and our friendly staff wait to give you a warm welcome. Greater Manchester Pub Of The Year in 2018 & 2019 Real Ale Wednesday £2.70 all ales CAMRA discount 35P Reopened 5/7/2020
3 King Street
Selling Craft Beer and Cocktails. Selling Real Ale Draught Seacider Bakewell Tart South West Orchard Bottles Olde Mout & Sheppys.
172 Shawclough Road
This always excellent pub, which has been GBG listed for 36 of the last 40 years, continues its long tradition of selling beautifully kept beers. There are three Robinsons cask beers and a guest cider plus. The indoor dining areas are complimented by a decked and covered area for Alfresco Dining. The Beer Garden has a covered smoking area, plus a petanque piste to the rear. Excellent food is served until 9pm Mon-Sat and until 6pm Sundays. Children are welcome when food is being served.
Now open and trading !
Helmsman Lane, Kingsway
Greene King foody pub under the Hungry Horse banner. Opened early March 2014.
- Horse & Farrier
776 Edenfield Road, Norden
A traditional stone built pub on the main road in the centre of Norden village. The building was completely refurbished in Autumn 2018. Four handpumps are on the bar serving a range of the more popular real ales. Food is served every day except Monday and Tuesday. The beer range is subject to change as trade develops. The pub has a bowling green.
Now Reopened under new management. Please advise if any changes to openings and Ales
- Mark Twain
127 Whitworth Road
Typical main road local pub aimed mainly at the sports enthusiast with several TV screens around.
Reopened since COVID !
- Medicine Tap
Ground Floor, 2 The Esplanade
No Beer Garden but seated area at front in Summer (Public Area) This is also the smoking area. The historic interest is the building itself & the Town Hall (opposite) and other sites nearby. Public parking across the road. Splendid former local main Post Office in the centre of town. Faced in Portland stone, designed in the Georgian style. Most of the interior wood panelling is original. Mainly a quiet pub with music only. Can be noisy when full (at weekends). Food served every day, typical Pub Food Menu at reasonable prices. The establishment is owned and run by the Mighty Medicine Brewery from Whitworth. During the warmer weather, outside seating is also provided. Closing times will depend on trade. Dogs are not permitted inside.
- Norden Cricket Club
Stag Park, Woodhouse Lane, Norden
A popular and well kept cricket club that welcomes non-members who will pay slightly more than members for a pint. There will be an admission charge on match days which are available on the website.
The bar is open at 12:00 at weekends in the cricket season. The bar is open to non members. Members get a discount on drinks
- Norden Inn
834-836 Edenfield Road, Norden
The Norden Inn opened in June 2019 and has swiftly built a reputation for quality beers, wines and spirits. There are two handpumps, usually selling cask beers from Irwell Works -Rob buys pins so there is a constant turnover and the beer is always fresh. Has 4 craft keg beers on including a house beer, NIPA, from Donkeystone, a very pleasant New England IPA. There is often Northern Whisper keg on as well. Does not sell the usual branded lagers and ciders. During the CORVID lockdown the pub did off sales in the local community keeping it supplied with beers from Irwell Works and Northern Whisper.
Reopened after Corvid
- Owd Betts
Long established and well respected ex Greenall Whitley pub that has given its name to the road it stands on (A680). 3 Handpumps serving at least one local beer. Very popular with diners and walkers to the nearby Knowl Hill. Stunning views of surrounding countryside.
662 Whitworth Road
The Oxford is a well patronised stone-built pub standing on the A671 Rochdale to Burnley road. Internally the layout is open plan formed in two areas, namely dining and bar, although food is also available in the bar area. Good, fresh, well presented food is served daily, being cooked to order. The beer garden at the rear has an excellent view of the nearby moors. Four real ales are on sale, Wainwrights as a permanent beer, with the other three changing, sourced from far and wide but mainly local. The Oxford is noted all over the Rochdale area for it’s good Pub Food, it’s very well kept beers and the friendly reception extended to its Patrons
- Pint Pot
8A Baillie St
3 casks on and getting a 4th pump installed. Looking at sourcing North Yorkshire beers The three beers on: 3 Piers Brewery: Mariners Gold at 4.1 % Revolutions Brewing Co: West End Girls, Chocca, Mocha, latte stout at 4.5 Goff's : Lancer golden ale at 3.8% Rochd'ALE' Wednesday only £2.50 per pint. Reopened by 4/7/2020
- Ratcliffe Arms
Also includes "The Dale Bar" which is open before and after both Football and Rugby matches and is open to home and away supporters.
- Regal Moon
Carparking is public parking close by. Elevated dining area which can serve as a separate function area. Historic interest. Pub is a former cinema in the Art Deco style. Other historic sites close by. As a Wetherspoon’s pub there is the usual wide range of Real ales of all types plus keg and bottled beers. Cask ale and cider available from 18 hand-pulls. The Wetherspoon menu plus Pizzas offers good food at very reasonable prices. Quiet in the sense of no loud television but can be noisy as it is very well patronised for most of every day. Single space venue of large proportions. Refurbished after the 2015 Boxing Day flood. Thankfully the mannequin organist still remains on his perch above the bar. Breakfast 8am -12 noon Full menu 8am -11pm
- Rochdale Rugby Union Club
Moorgate Avenue, off Bury Road
With an ultra- modern clubhouse and pleasant views over the clubs playing fields this is a very relaxing place to chill out and have quiet drink with friends and family and a warm welcome is Assured plus being cask marque accredited the two permanent cask ales are bound to be top quality. Youngsters from the local area are encouraged to join the club and hopefully progress to the 1st team. This is a well- run and true amateur - community club where everyone (players or not) are welcome. No entry charge is made to except on match days when the senior team are playing. Reopened since COVID
- Rochdale Sports Club
Redbrook Bridgefold Road
Sports Club with catering for private functions
Sandbrook Park, Sandbrook Way
Fairly recently built pub gaining a reputation for value for money carvery and "All you can eat Breakfasts" (up to 11.00 am). Quiz nights Thursdays and Sundays. Non diners usually use the pleasant area to the right of the bar, overlooking the Rochdale Canal.
- Spotland Reform Club
Edenfield Street, Spotland
The club is over one hundred years old and still going strong with over five hundred members. Recently refurbished inside it looks very smart and welcoming. There is a games room, bar area and a separate function room there is space for everyone. No charge is made to non members. who will be made most welcome by the steward Martin McGovern, his staff and members but they will pay slightly more than a member for their drinks. The real ale is always in excellent condition with breweries from near and far giving the drinkers a great variety of choice. For footie fans the club is just a short walk from Rochdale football ground, but operates a strict home fans and club members only policy on match days. Crown green bowls, quiz and darts teams play in leagues in the Rochdale area. All in all a very well run community focussed club and well worth a visit. Reopened since COVID Non Members Welcome !
- Spring Inn
Broad Lane, Burnedge
The Spring Inn is a modern yet cosy pub located in semi-rural location in Burnedge, Rochdale. The pub offers great food, great beer and a warm welcome and something for everyone. Wednesay is quiz night, Thursday is poker night. Live entrainment on the last Friday of the month
Due to open 22/7/2020
- Success To The Plough
179 Bolton Road, Marland
Large pub opposite Springfield Park. Two distinct drinking areas are served by a central bar. To the right is a lounge with a seperated dining area and to the left a large public bar.
- Talbot Head
22 Shawclough Road, Shawclough
Multi roomed pub with a small lounge area next to the bar, a larger games room to the right and a restaurant section o the left as you enter. A small area at the front provides some outside seating. The pub is now selling food again.
- Vicolo Del Vino
Cellar of 8-10 Ballie Street
Cellar bar selling real ale plus wine and other drinks along with quality entertainment. See Facebook page for detail of live acts.
- Wardle Conservative Club
134 Ramsden Road
Friendly club with a snooker table, pool table & darts. There is live entertainment weekly. The club hosts a number of teams,
10 Fleece Street
A food led establishment during the day, serving food up to 9.00pm with offers similar to the nearby Wetherspoons. It changes to a more youth attractive venue at night.
- Albion 600 Whitworth Road Rochdale OL12 0SW (01706) 550608
- Angel Inn
230 Shaw Road
(0161) 624 2673
Newly refurbished modern style open plan detached pub. Car park. Beer garden. Pool table, dart board and open top table football. Smoking area. Beer garden. Sky and BT Sports. Live bands every Saturday and last Friday of the month. Quiz on Sunday at 9pm. Bohemia Regent lager on sale. Near bus stop.
- Duke Of York Inn
The pub is situated on the main link road between Oldham Royton and Shaw. The hosts guarentee a warm welcome. The food is home cooked, locally sourced (where possible)
1 Elly Clough
(0161) 536 3155
The Greyhound Inn has now changed hands and is run by Patrick & Tracey a local family who are known to a lot of the residents. No lunch time meals or evening meals. However the pub will be catering for buffets, pies & pub snacks etc
email@example.com(0161) 633 8424
A traditional welcoming and family friendly pub offering homemade food daily. The pub has darts, pool & crib teams. Children welcome, proivded they are supervised. A function room is available, free of charge. Reopened since COVID. Walk-ins are welcome, although booking is recommended due to reduced capacity. Give us a call on 0161 6338424
- Halfway House
499 Rochdale Road
(0161) 624 0166
Foody Lees pub on the main road up the hill towards Rochdale. Live music, see Facebook page for details.
2-4 Market Square
(0161) 652 6457
New bar in the former Yorkshire Bank. Food and real al is on sale. Opening hours may vary as they find their place in the market.
- Puckersley Inn
22 Narrowgate Brow
ku.oc.nniyelsrekcupeht@ofni(0161) 652 2834
This welcoming JW Lees local is a detached, stone fronted pub situated on the edge of the green belt, with panoramic views over Royton, Shaw and Oldham. Following internal refurbishment, the comfortable lounge has been improved and extended and a small vault area, with separate bar, has been retained. Cosy corners provide plenty of space to chat and enjoy the four Lees beers on offer. An excellent range of meals is served lunchtime and evenings in the dining extension, where children are welcome. A garden area is available for warmer weather.
- Railway Hotel
1 Oldham Road
(0161) 633 8015
Friendly town centre pub, families welcome, car park, large beer garden with marquee that is popular for functions in the summer and heated smoking area to the rear.
- Royton Cricket Club
The Paddock, Bransdale Avenue
(0161) 6249 0377
Great community club with plenty going on for young and old sporty or not, canine friends not allowed in the club but otherwise very welcome. Visitors welcome but need to be signed in and only up to five or so visits then will be expected to join. Bus 402 from Oldham Central but check timetable as limited.
Limited snacks at weekend home matches.
- Summit Inn
826 Rochdale Road
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@9686(0161) 624 2843
A foody pub, The Summit has disabled access and facilities and is child friendly. The pub has 4 big screen TVs set aside showing all major sporting events (not in restaurant).
- Turks Head
119 Castleton Road
(0161) 624 9895
- Angel Inn 230 Shaw Road Royton OL2 6DY (0161) 624 2673
- Old Original
Thurston Clough Rd
Moorland pub dating back to 1721, located on the edge of Saddleworth with great views over the Manchester conurbation. Traditionally furnished in dark wood the pub has two rooms predominantly used for dining, and a comfortable bar area. It is very food-orientated with locally sourced ingredients such as beef much in evidence. Reputedly haunted with local girl Eliza Jane Mackey making occasional visits – she drowned in a nearby well in 1906 following “ Suicide while of unsound mind” although other spirits available here are much more predictable! In addition to a regular beer from Thwaites, 1 or 2 guests from the extensive Marston’s range.
Closing times are dependent on Government regulations. Pub/restaurant on the edge of Saddleworth with great views over the Manchester conurbation.
- Three Crowns Inn
955 Huddersfield Road
ku.oc.daehtuocs-nnisnworceerhteht@ofni(0161) 624 1766
The pub is at an altitude of 1,000 feet above sea level and is reputedly half way between Chester and York. The pub reopened in November 2018 under a new licensee
Reopened in July after COVID
- Old Original Thurston Clough Rd Scouthead OL4 3RX (01457) 874412
- Black Horse Inn
203a Rochdale Road
A stone built detached pub with a separate lounge and taproom. A traditional community local with a mature clientele who enjoy good beer and conversation in homely surroundings. The bar lounge serves as a snug with the lounge extension providing the main seating area. The simply furnished tap room provides darts and dominoes and sports on two terrestrial TVs. This welcoming pub is well served by public transport with buses stopping outside the front door.
Reopened after COVID
- Black Ladd Inn
487 Buckstones Road
The Black Ladd is a traditional wood-beamed pub/restaurant situated in Saddleworth. The building has spectacular views from the front of the restaurant, and the beer garden. There is a extensive menu of traditional English food. Real ale is available as are quality wines and spirits.
Due to open on27/7/2020
- Cartshaft Social Club
8/10 St Mary Gate
Now selling real ale. CIU affiliated.
Friendly welcome from members and staff, non-members welcome.
- Coach & Horses
1 Market Street
The Lees bitter is not always available
- Morning Star
107 Grains Road
A traditional pub majoring on food. The pub uses fresh local produce, cooked to order, and does not use a microwave. Traditional roast on a Sunday. Wednesday is quiz nigh and there is live entertainment on Saturday nights, see website for details.
- North Star Inn
The North Star is a long established family run pub within the Thwaites estate. The pub is located in Higher Crompton, Oldham and is very community involved running a yearly charity fun day plus regular, fundraising events throughout the year. Real is a popular including guest ales. Freshly prepared food is served to order 6 days a week with hearty, home-cooked, dishes and a specials board which changes frequently. Close to a number of different countryside walking routes the pub is a perfect end to a days walk.
- Park Inn
121 Buckstones Road
New landlord (Aug 2016).Situated on Buckstones Road just outside Shaw town centre The Park Inn offers a warm friendly welcome, providing good home cooked food.
- Playhouse 2
2 Newtown St
Playhouse 2 is a 153 seat theatre in the heart of Shaw, Oldham providing a wide range of entertainment including producing plays, hosting gigs and running a cinema with all the latest films. The organisation is run entirely by volunteers. The bar, which is only open for performances, has two cask lines with rotating beers from local breweries. There are also two Key Keg lines that offer a changing selection of real ales with 'a twist'. See Website for details
- Shay Wake
2-10 Milnrow Road
A thriving, well-frequented Wetherspoon's outlet now in its fifth year of existence. Cask ales are served via eight handpulls with real ciders regularly available. The building has a modern interior with American diner style seating, in contrast to traditional tables. Discounted food is available for those going to the local playhouse. Beer festivals are held throughout the year. The name is derived from the local dialect for Shaw (Shay) and Holiday (Wakes).
- Black Horse Inn 203a Rochdale Road Shaw OL2 7JD (01706) 847173
- Hopwood Arms
753 Rochdale Road
Family run pub with food & real ale. The The Hopwood Arms hasns good traditional home style freshly prepared food. Curry night is Thursday
- Ship Inn
693 Rochdale Road
(0161) 643 5871
Situated between the Rochdale Canal lock 55 and the Slattocks roundabout, the Ship Inn provides a cozy and welcoming refuge for locals and visitors alike. First opened in 1837 as a beer house the pub garden is the perfect place to observe the canal its resident birds.
Closed till September ! Please advise if anybody finds it reopened.
- Hopwood Arms 753 Rochdale Road Slattocks M24 2RA (01706) 359807
- Front House
33 Oldham Road
(0161) 628 0996
Large multi-roomed pub with pool table on the main road between Oldham and Saddleworth. Now a free house owned by the landlord/lady
- Peels Arms
143 Den Lane
(0161) 665 2272
A country pub with home cooked food 7 days a week. 4 screens of tv sport. Live Music Entertainment (Select Saturday Nights & Special Events - See the facebook account), Quiz Night + Play Your Cards Right - Thursday, Poker Night - Tuesday.
- Spinners Arms
38 Woodbrook Road
(0161) 759 3750
The pub is open Tuesday to Sunday with food being sold Thur to Sun. Wednesday night is buzzer quiz night, a traditional quiz on Sundaynd there is karaoke on Friday. The pub also has a quiz tream
- Springhead Liberal Club
136 Oldham Road
(0161) 624 2396
The club was first opened in 1891 and moved to its current location in 1902. Live music on Saturday. Bingo Thursday, Saturday & Sunday. The club has a crown green bowling green
- Top House
38 Cooperative Street
Previous EI pub which became free house in 2016. Refurbished step by step and now established as a friendly community local featuring live sport on 10 TV's around the pub. No food served but meat pies are available - contributions to local children's charity. Pool night on Wednesdays.
- Front House 33 Oldham Road Springhead OL4 4PH (0161) 628 0996
- Roebuck Inn
(0161) 624 7819
Countryside pub with great views from the restaurant and beer garden over Manchester and beyond. Central for walking in the Strinesdale area. Discounted meals on weekday lunchtimes and evenings Monday to Thursday. Sunday roasts served with a large choice of meats.
- Roebuck Inn Brighton Road Strinesdale OL4 3SE (0161) 624 7819
- Footballers Inn
28 Higher Summerseat
A much-loved pub again taking its rightful place at the heart of the local community. Six real ales are on offer, with four being ever changing. A beer garden and BBQ area have been built at the rear of the building giving great views towards the Pennines in the east. An open plan layout with three seating areas, a dart board and three sports TV's. It is dog friendly. A shortish walk from Summerseat station on the preserved East Lancashire Railway.
- Hamers Arms
23 Higher Summerseat
Large traditional pub with 'L' shaped bar serving main seating area,seperate games room with pool table and darts. They are forming a pool team in December 2017. Pub is on the East Lancashire Railway,rail ale trail. Locally sourced ingredients are used whenever possible in the making of their food. The 'guest handpump' is used for a brewery from the local area Reopening 4/7/2020
- Footballers Inn 28 Higher Summerseat Summerseat BL0 9UG (01204) 880008
- Bilardi's Bar
1 Chapel Street
Carmelo’s Restaurant is a family run business, established in 1992. Traditional Italian cuisine served from the owners hometown in southern Italy. They introduced a newly refurbished bar area in Autumn 2018 – Bilardi’s Bar – selling a wide variety of cocktails, wines, spirits and beers. 2 real ales are available via handpunp. It is a family friendly and dog friendly (during the day) bar, where you can eat small Italian dishes (Cicchetti) and soak up the friendly atmosphere with also regular live music at weekends and “Happy Hours”.
Reopened after Corvid
- Dungeon Hotel
9 Turton Road
A traditional, family friendly, Thwaites pub where dogs are welcome (up to 7.30pm). The building has a quiet front lounge with real open fire in cold winter periods and a separate pool room off the main bar sitting area. There is a beer garden at a lower level, to the rear. Six hand pumps serve regular and guest ales. On Mondays all real ales are discounted to £2.90/pint. Every Saturday there is live music.
Reopened 10/7/2020 Opening times M - Th 4-10 pm Fri 4-11.30 pm Sat noon -11.30 Sun noon- 8 pm FOOD M- Th 6-8 ; Fri 4-11(take out) ; Sat noon-3 pm ; Sun breakfast noon till 2 & bar food 2-6 pm TABLE Service ; Screens at bar ; sanitisers freely available; card payments preferred
- Walshaw Sports Club
There has been a Walshaw Football Team of one kind or another since the 1890’s. In 1965 the village Cricket team and the football team merged and. Walshaw Sports Club was formed. They secured a long lease on the present Sycamore Road ground and the members worked tirelessly to construct the new Clubhouse facilities and create a first- class Cricket & Football venue. The Club has gone from strength to strength and there are now four Senior Football teams and a lady`s, team as well as 14 junior teams with three Senior Cricket teams and six junior teams. Many social events are held throughout the year with a regular feature being the Song Writers Circle on Wednesday night (fortnightly) with different guest artists every time. All in all a great asset to the local community and is very well supported.
- Bilardi's Bar 1 Chapel Street Tottington BL8 4AL (01204) 882307
- Albion Tap
72 High Street
A stylish bar formed from a former book shop and bottle shop. It comprises a stainless steel bar, high wooden tables and exposed brickwork and a mural of an old Saddleworth snow scene. It is owned by the licensees of the adjacent Hare and Hound pub. Bees adorn the ceiling and in addition to the cask ales there are eight key keg / keg fonts with Track, Cloudwater and Thornbridge often featured. Good selection of gins and vodkas and a carefully curated choice of UK and foreign bottles and cans.
Filled Growlers (mainly keg beers), cans, bottles - collection (one in, one out). Fri, Sat and Sunday : 11am - 4pm. See Facebook for selection.
Reopened 4th July Still doing the takeaways.
- Church Inn
An inn of character set at the head of a valley overlooking Uppermill. It has it's own old brewhouse and is next to St. Chads Church. The pub has a large L shaped bar, separate restaurant and conservatory. In addition to the six regular beers there are usually one or two seasonal beers from Saddleworth Brewery next door. Brewing there had been suspended for about 12 months, but recommenced mid-2017. Home of the Saddleworth Morris Men and very busy during the August Rushcart Festival.
Reopened Aug 1st 2020 after COVID
90 High Street
Friendly, Family pub in the centre of the village welcoming everyone from students to OAPs. Good public transport links with Oldham, Manchester and Huddersfield. Sky sports, HD and 3D on large screen TV. Pub now has 4 hand pulls serving 4 beers but the number in use can vary
99-101 The Square
Anglo-Italian restaurant and bar with one real ale and three 'craft keg' lines. There is a bar area where you can have a beer. Reopened 4/7/2020
- Granby Arms
28 High Street
18th Century Inn situated within close proximity to the village amenities with a bar area and two rooms. The pub is popular with locals; dogs and walkers are welcome. A pool table is available and used in a local pool league. Live entertainment on Sunday evenings including Karaoke. The pub hosts a darts and crib team. Themed nights and charity events are hosted throughout the year.
- Hare & Hounds
68 High Street
18th Century Inn situated within close proximity to the village amenities. Dogs and walkers are welcome. Sky sports events are shown on a large screen. Live entertainment on Sunday evenings and Monday night is quiz night. The pub hosts a darts and crib team. Themed nights and charity events are hosted throughout the year. Uppermill football and cricket clubs are regularly supported ensuring a strong local following.
- Muse Bar & Eatery
23-25 High Street, Uppermill
One handpump on the bar serving Lees MPA. Breakfast served in the Muse Annex 10 am to 1 pm Friday to Sunday. Steak Night every Monday 5-8.30 pm. Function room available. Plush modern town bar with comfortable dining areas. Plenty of outdoor seating at the side and rear with astro-turf flooring!
- Uppermill Conservative Club
75 High Street
The opening hours are for April to September 2016. Club is in the heart of Uppermill. The bar has recently had a refurb. Non members welcome.
Reopened after Covid
- Waggon Inn
34 High Street
The 19th Century Inn located in Uppermill providing Robinson's beers in picturesque Saddleworth. There is a separate restaurant and also an en-suite bed and breakfast. Monday evening is poker night with quiz night on Sundays. Good home cooked food available including senior specials and themed events.
- Albion Tap 72 High Street Uppermill OL3 6AW (01457) 870770
12 Hall Street
moc.wahslawairotciveht@ofni(0161) 762 5255
A warm welcome awaits all in this centrally located pub/restaurant in the village of Walshaw. Three real ales are always on and with demand increasing it is envisaged that will soon turn into four. Ingredients for the restaurant are sourced locally whenever possible. Dogs are welcome (well behaved owners also) but only in non- food areas. Well situated beer garden to the rear and an outside seating area to the front - Ideal for families, quiz nights are on Thursdays (8-30) start, live music on Saturday nights and open mike nights last Friday in the month. Darts and domino teams will follow shortly. Reopens 6/7/2020
- White Horse Hotel
18 Hall Street
A real village feel to this pub, welcome from staff and locals, nice and clean with low ceilings and a small vault like room just off the bar area. There will be a refurb in March 2018 which after they envsage doing food until then there are only bar snacks available Reopened 4/7/2020
- Victoria 12 Hall Street Walshaw BL8 3BD moc.wahslawairotciveht@ofni(0161) 762 5255
- Globe Inn
218 Ramsden Road
A smart country pub located in the village of Wardle in the South Pennines specialising in quality real ales and stylish pub grub. Food served Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays. Special Theme Nights and Entertainment.
- Greengate Hotel
575 Halifax Road
Food at weekend. There are two rolling casks on. They have The Atlantic Pale Ale on (Craft) as a constant ale.
Now reopened after COVID
- Hare & Hounds
76 Ramsden Road
A friendly and welcoming village pub with homecooked meals on sale (Wed-Sun). Live Music on Friday & Karaoke on Saturday, see Facebook page for details.
- Globe Inn 218 Ramsden Road Wardle OL12 9NU (01706) 374500
- Waterhead Sports & Social Club
(0161) 624 9312
Real ale on sale
- Waterhead Sports & Social Club Peach Road Waterhead OL4 2HX (0161) 624 9312
- Coach & Horses
71 Bury Old Road
A good friendly local purchased by Holts in 1897. The pub has 3 separate drinking areas served by a narrow bar. One of the few remaining Holts pubs not to be ruined by “open plan” redesigning. The snug is a library room. Darts & dominoes teams. Live acts on Wed & Fri with live acts and karaoke on Saturdays.
- Cross Keys
24 Lily Hill Street
(0161) 280 9229
Built in 1833 this is a traditional sports orientated family friendly working man’s pub with. The building has a large car park and is close to transport routes. 'The Keys' has 3 darts and 2 pool teams. There are a variety of eating houses on its doorstep
Reopened by 9/7/2020
- Eagle & Child
A half timbered pub in the traditional style. Separate doors lead to a vault / tap room and a lounge served by a central bar. There is a separate dining area off the lounge. Food is served from midday until 8pm daily, including Sunday roasts. Live Music is on every Friday and alternative Wednesdays. Sky and B.T sports are shown on TV's. At the rear is a bowling green, this is also available for hire during the summer months.
Thatch Leach Lane
(0161) 766 3983
Friendly managed Holts pub with 2 rooms and 2 bars with large outdoor seating area. Thurs quiz nights and Karaoke on Saturday.
- Goats Gate
83 Radcliffe New Road
(0161) 249 6990
A traditional large two roomed wet-led pub, on the border of Whitefield and Radcliffe, which underwent an extensive refurbishment in Autumn 2019 and is now one of Joseph Holt’s Beer & Pizza Houses. The main restaurant area, with its contemporary bar and adjacent open pizza station, has floor to ceiling windows, modern textures and Mediterranean-inspired tiling which combine perfectly with vintage mid-century touches. This stylish design, along with nods to the pub’s heritage, creates a warm, friendly and cosy feel. An ideal setting for either a drink, quick bite or a sit-down meal. The second bar is the pub’s Sports Lounge where there is plenty of seating and several large screen TVs showing Sky & BT Sports. Outside there is a wraparound veranda with seating and a beer garden. At the weekend there is live music. Reopened 4/7/2020
- New Grove Inn
183 Bury New Road
Traditional main road Holts pub with ample comfortable seating & smart decor. 2 separate lounges served from central bar. Family friendly and large beer garden at rear where dogs welcome. Karaoke on a Friday.
The mild is only avialbale at weekends and the seasonal is subject to availabilty
- Parkfield Inn
95 Park Lane
moc.dleifkrapeht@ofni(0161) 280 0501
Now a tapas restaurant with a re vamped beer garden with decking and lighting. The exterior of the pub has been re painted with new signage. Lauren & Christopher have taken over running this friendly foody pub. The attentive and knowledgeable staff add to the ambience of the pub. There are always 3 real ale`s available in very fine condition (cask marque accredited )with a large selection of single malt whiskies, other spirits and fine winesalso available. A large beer garden with a sunny aspect at the rear with ample parking to the side. Live music on occasional weekends. The parkfield inn will be celebrating 150yrs of trading this year from its first licensee (Samuel knott) in 1864 to its present day incumbent.
- Sedgley Park R.U.F.C.
The Clubhouse, Park Lane
(0161) 766 5050
Sedgley Park Rugby Union Football Club, the 1st XV team of which play under the name of Sedgley Tigers........................................................................................... The club is not open as much in the summer, due to lack of training and matches. From September Club is open 7-10 on Friday, 12-11 on Saturday & 11-5 on Sunday
61 Bury Old Road
(0161) 798 0088
A good sized Holts managed pub with 2 lounges served by a central bar. There is a private room off the main lounge and a further large private function room with bar on the 1st floor. Food available daily. Toilets on both floors. It boasts a large car park and beer garden at rear with ample seating. A” claim to fame” is that it was used as a location for filming of TV's Scott & Bailey series.
Dog are only allowed in the beer garden
- Coach & Horses 71 Bury Old Road Whitefield M45 6TB 07827 850218