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The Foresters Arms, Glazebury - pub details

Address: 384, Warrington Rd, Leigh End, Glazebury, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 5NX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19632) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Glazebrook (3.9 miles), Atherton (4 miles), Irlam (4.2 miles)

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Grey Horse, Glazebury (0.4 miles), Chat Moss Hotel, Warrington (0.7 miles), George and Dragon, Glazebury (0.8 miles), Foundry, Leigh (1.1 miles), Wheatsheaf Hotel, Leigh (1.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs


user reviews of the Foresters Arms, Glazebury

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Sunday Lunch

It's another lazy Sunday
You don't know what to do
Why not go down to the Foresters
And meet our Bill and Sue
Go on down and have some lunch
And taste our Sue's great dinners
And if you don't fancy traditional
Bill's curries are sure fire winners
Sue's roasts with juicy gravy
All different types of curry
At prices so reasonable
Your bank manager won't worry
The table settings are spot on
And from the menu, whatever you choose
You'll get a lovely meal, in a lovely pub
What have you got to lose

Malc April 2012
malc2101 - 20 Apr 2012 16:28
What an hidden gem, visited Bent's Garden Centre met a friend there who recommended dining at the Foresters Arms, called in for Sunday Roast and seen wonderful table settings, was greeted on entering and taken to a table the background music was from the 60's (perfect for me) ordered a 3 course Sunday Roast for 12.95 and it was absolutely delicious, without doubt the best home cooked food I have had for years, my partner ordered a curry that was in her words amazing, without doubt we will be dining there again.
mrsearchforastar - 18 Apr 2012 11:34
A proper pub situated close to Bents garden centre. Home made food and small outside area. Has a very homely feel, something the larger chain pubs don't have. Only visited during the day, was fairly quiet.
Narrowboater - 13 Sep 2010 09:54
this pub has a lovely attmosphere very friendly is the first pub that you come to on your way to culcheth on the right hand side after the greyhound roundabout.there is home cooked food served every saturday and a sunday roast all under a fiver service is very good and staff are very helpfull.the food is excerlent 10/10.
ian betton - 22 Jan 2005 00:55

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