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I used to go to a pub on a long winding road with my father in law before he passed away. I remember it was on a long country road and may have been a mill at some point, I remember sitting in a circular room. They had lizard stickers in various places and you could try and find all the lizards. That's all I can remember about it

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15 minutes ago, Gavin5001 said:

I used to go to a pub on a long winding road with my father in law before he passed away. I remember it was on a long country road and may have been a mill at some point, I remember sitting in a circular room. They had lizard stickers in various places and you could try and find all the lizards. That's all I can remember about it

Which long winding road, what area.

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11 hours ago, Padders said:

Which long winding road, what area.

I have absolutely no idea. Could be towards Huddersfield but none of us are really sure. We only went a couple of times and it was about 5 years ago

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Did the Joseph Glover at Westfield used to be a mill?

 

 

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1 hour ago, Gavin5001 said:

I have absolutely no idea. Could be towards Huddersfield but none of us are really sure. We only went a couple of times and it was about 5 years ago

Where were you setting off from, and how long did it take to get there?

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If you walked, The Robin Hood at Stannington was at the end of a longish country road.

 2 minutes to drive, but a longish walk.

I don't remember a circular room though?

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8 hours ago, nikki-red said:

Did the Joseph Glover at Westfield used to be a mill?

 

 

Yes, that's right; in fact the Joseph Glover was called "The Mill" prior to being re-named.

 

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