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dougie
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31 of 35  Mon 1st Aug 2016 9:34am  
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That was a watering hole of my father-in-law "Jack Cottom" R.I.P. till he popped off in 1974, I never went in the place myself.
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NeilsYard
Coventry
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32 of 35  Thu 24th Nov 2016 8:29pm  
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.... or was it on Much Park Street? Real Ale Rambles has addresses for both! Edited by member, 24th Nov 2016 8:30 pm
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Helen F
Warrington
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33 of 35  Thu 24th Nov 2016 8:34pm  
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It was Much Park Street before the Ring Road cut it off.
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NeilsYard
Coventry
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34 of 35  Sat 11th Mar 2017 6:07pm  
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herberts lad
Exhall
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35 of 35  Sun 12th Mar 2017 1:44pm  
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The shop next door to the pub was George Stokes cycle shop, used to love having a mooch inside, used to watch old George sitting with a cycle wheel and truing it up using small key. Had my first bike from there, a Herculese Ranger 18 inch frame
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