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Submitted on Thursday, 21st October 2010
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Ship & Mitre in Liverpool

obviously great, though naturally draws the insufferable CAMRA crowd. surprised to see so many diners on my last visit, always thought of it as a proper pub's pub.
Reviewed by Jon B

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20th Apr 2018, 05:00
Review submitted by E TA amended by E TA
20th Apr 2018, 04:56
Review submitted by E TA
19th Apr 2018, 22:50
Picture submitted by Helen Iwanczuk approvedmore
19th Apr 2018, 22:49
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19th Apr 2018, 22:49
Request to mark pub as closed by Blackthorn _ approved

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Yates's in Cheltenham
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submitted by Helen Iwanczuk at 22:04 on 19 April
The Old Stagecoach Inn in Crewkerne
An Edwardian roadside hotel whose roots probably lie more with the railway than any equestrian form of transport, given that it sits so close to Crewkerne Station. It’s not the most elegant of settings – it’s on a main road just outside the main town, there’s an industrial park next door and there’s a new housing estate round the back. It doesn’t have any pleasant outside areas, just a paved front garden which is strewn with smokers’ litter. Inside, there are two main bars, one a dining room and the other a much more entertaining public bar. The latter has a comfy seating area around a very healthy woodburner, above which a TV screen shows live football. There is a pool table and table football in the opposite quadrant. The landlady was very welcoming indeed, and the locals were a decent bunch. Water was provided for the dogs, who were allowed in the public bar, there were some toys for younger children, and the food, although we didn’t try it, looked like good value. Three ales on draught – Ascot Starting Gate, Tribute and Exmoor gold, all in very good condition. There was also a mango cider but I couldn’t quite bring myself to try it. I’d be very happy to drop in if using the station, and it’s on the Somerset 2018 Ale trail.
by E TA at 05:04 on 20 April
It wasn't just brewers who were concerned about unregulated clubs. The government was, too, as evidenced by this piece of legislation. Many of its provisions still apply to clubs today. Clearly the bill was designed to prevent the abuse of bogus clubs which effectively operated like pubs, but without any sort ....
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Jynx in Skelmersdale
Witham Road

submitted by peter ashworth
As it happens I can do Friday the 15th now as we don't actually fly until Sunday the 17th. Booked into the N-U-L Travelodge for £36 per night. Ms CAMRA may even join us. :eek:
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