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Bole Bridge

Address: Bolebridge Street, Tamworth, Staffordshire, B79 7PA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11073) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Tamworth (0.4 miles), Wilnecote (1.8 miles), Polesworth (3.7 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 15 users)
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By far the better of the two Wetherspoons in town – though that doesn’t make it particularly good. Bit of a strange building, like somebody has plonked a single-story warehouse on the back of a suburban semi-detached ! One of the cheaper Spoons for both food (Sunday Lunch £5.49) and drink (fuest ales £1.99). Only had 2 genuine guests out of 10 handpumps when I was last there, partly due to 2 pumps selling Pedigree. I had Vyatts Regal Blonde which was perfectly acceptable. Have eaten there on occasion in the past, and it has been OK, though once I was told they had no jacket potatoes !
Martinsh - 6 Sep 2015 23:47
Had an hour to kill before my train from Tamworth back to Rugby so I decided to call into the Bole Bridge as it is Tamworth's 2nd 'spoons.

Large building that used to be the Tamworth Working Mens club and is large inside but quite dull.

Busy when I was in and they had a Cdier festival on. The pint of local ale I had was good and having been the 3rd 'spoons of the day for me this is a pleasant enough pub.

Not a great deal to say but it was fine.
lezford - 19 Aug 2012 16:38
Interesting building which used to be Tamworth Working Mens club and was taken over some years back by the chain of Wetherspoons
As this chain pub goes, it is okay, the decor could do with updating and the staff can be quite slow but overall the beer is drinkable and the food is what you would expect from a Wetherspoons
LukeTFC - 21 Mar 2011 17:12
Curious hybrid of a structure, with the western part being a traditional sort of market town building and a larger modern extension containing much of the seating. There aren't a lot of windows along the main facade, but as these are south facing it is still fairly bright indoors (except for the old bit). There is also a reasonably-sized patio area outside. Ten handpumps in total, and with just one 'available soon' there was a reasonable selection of real ale (including a splendid pint of RCH East Street at 1.90). Not too bad, but I thought the bar staff were distinctly disinterested.
rpadam - 6 Jun 2010 12:13
Popped in on a sat lunchtime for a pint. Place was busy but the service was quick and friendly and the pint of Saltaire Titus Black was divine. Nice comfy sofa was found and the next half hour was well spent here, 8/10
fat_beer_badger - 25 Feb 2009 13:01

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