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On 01/02/2016 at 18:57, francypants said:

The Claymore Arundel Gate. I was only just 16 years old and a few of us used to go in during our work lunch hour.

Was that before the advent of the Flip Flop.

 

Red Lion back of city hall,

2 pints of proper stones, then into the dance in the city hall.

Spent all night in the bog with Hughie.

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Foresters on Division Street, mid eighties, chosen at random with some mates from school. I'd have been 15 or even 14. Little did we know! 

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One not mentioned on here.

Pomona Hotel.

The old one, not the new one now Champs.

It had a glass conservatory thing at the back and if we behaved ourselves :suspect: we could get served :thumbsup:

See the source image

 

Notice the long gone 'Wicks' to the right hand side.

Red Lion Holly St had to be a close second for the underage partaking of :bigsmile:.

 

Keep safe out there 8)

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Myrtle on Alexandra road Heeley13 years old

Edited by MICK BADGER

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Robin Hood at Little Matlock I think.

My pal asked for 2 pints and the landlord asked him what did he want 2 pints of.

 

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On 23/11/2021 at 14:43, cuttsie said:

Cuckoo Gleadless road .

Took your life in your hands stepping out the front door 🤣

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17 hours ago, cuttsie said:

A very strange pub was the Cuckoo 

It were when we flattened it.

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The first pub I ever went in was Shoulder Mutton Worrall 1956 beer was 1/3.pence pt.

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Can't remember the pub name, but it was in Skegness. My Dad took me in and bought me a beer. I was 16. 

 

I managed to drink it but I thought it was horrible, and can remember thinking that if this is what beer tastes like I shan't be drinking it again.

 

Things turned out differently of course.

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, retep said:

It were when we flattened it.

I know , you sod , bet you found some swag under them footings .

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