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Brunswick Street
Brunswick street with the appropriately named hostelry. The landlord of this pub was Samuel Schofield up to his death in 1961.
Posted by Bill White on October 19, 2013 Full Size|

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8 Comments

Alan Morrey
4:40 PM on August 18, 2017 
My dads local and it was local we only lived across the road,he used to play cribbage with his mate Les Booth,or nine card don.I think a lot more of the dads went here for pint or two.
Bill White
9:12 AM on March 20, 2016 
Geoffb says...
My sister-in-law used to run the little shop just down from the Brunswick.

Yeah, I remember we used to buy "Mars Attacks" bubblegum cards from that shop.
Geoffb
5:34 PM on July 31, 2014 
My sister-in-law used to run the little shop just down from the Brunswick.
Jim shepley
5:23 AM on April 8, 2014 
I remember the shop used to sell nice Cornish pasties, maybe that was what bill and deks dad used to go round with his jug for ? Ha ha
Mrs J Wain
2:56 PM on March 23, 2014 
My street played hopscotch there onthat corner outside The Brunswick
Bill White
7:15 AM on January 18, 2014 
eddie davy says...
Bill&Deks dad did that jug run nightly didn't he Bill & DEK,HaHa.


Yeah, I think the "Magnet" on Wellington Road was his main supplier.
eddie davy
5:30 PM on January 17, 2014 
Bill&Deks dad did that jug run nightly didn't he Bill & DEK,HaHa.

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eddie davy
5:26 PM on January 17, 2014 
Lynda M Higgins says...
I remember people use to take a large jug to be filled with beer. When it was empty the would go back for more. By the end of the night they could not walk a straight line.