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The New Inn, Pudsey

60 Carr Road
Postal town: Pudsey
LS28 5RH
Phone: 01132570116
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Stone built community pub, one wide room with a vestigial wall almost dividing off the far left hand end. Quite a collection of screens and a couple of machines, piped music at mid volume. Carpeted in the main section, laminate in the smaller left hand end. The neatly carved counter is in the middle with three T-Bars of the usual suspects plus a couple of hand pumps, just an average Black Sheep Best on my visit. Seating is largely at taller tables with banquette round the edges, it’s a vertical drinking sort of place mainly with youngish men on my visit. Quite nice leaded but clear windows.

On 1st April 2023 - no rating submitted
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Apperley Bridge, 1.25 miles, 24 min walk (show)
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1st Apr 2023, 10:22
Picture submitted by Old Boots approved
1st Apr 2023, 10:22
Picture submitted by Old Boots approved

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  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 09 May 2014 by Dave McNally
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