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Suzannas, Blackrod - pub details

Previously called: Gallaghers

Address: 38 Little Scotland, Blackrod, Bolton, Lancashire, BL6 5LW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23297) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Blackrod (1.1 miles), Adlington - Lancashire (1.5 miles), Horwich Parkway (3.2 miles)

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lived in Blackrod from 1972 - 1978 in Harrison Crescent. Was this pub then called the New Inn in the hollow just past where Dr Cyril (Unsworth ) lived?
I used to go fairly often and really liked it - used to meet Dr Cyril there sometimes and his friend Peter McNab who lived in Vicarage Road and worked at British Leyland and was something to do with the trade union there. We had lots of good long conversations and arguments in there.
During the big freeze, was it 1947? when Blackrod was cut off and a soup kitchen was established on the A6 the story goes that a Wigan bus was stranded just outside the New Inn on the bend and the driver stayed in the pub for 3 days during which time the snow drifts covered the double decker completely!
I know both Dr Cyril and his brother Dr Jim both died relatively young (60-ish) but does anyone remember Peter McNab - is he still alive?

toothache - 4 Nov 2009 01:16
I lived in Blackrod from 1972 - 1978 in Harrison Crescent. Was this pub then called the New Inn in the hollow just past where Dr Cyril (Unsworth ) lived?
I used to go fairly often and really liked it - used to meet Dr Cyril there sometimes and his friend Peter McNab who lived in Vicarage Road and worked at British Leyland and was something to do with the trade union there. We had lots of good long conversations and arguments in there.
During the big freeze, was it 1947? when Blackrod was cut off and a soup kitchen was established on the A6 the story goes that a Wigan bus was stranded just outside the New Inn on the bend and the driver stayed in the pub for 3 days during which time the snow drifts covered the double decker completely!
I know both Dr Cyril and his brother Dr Jim both died relatively young (60-ish) but does anyone remember Peter McNab - is he still alive>

toothache - 30 Oct 2009 03:11
Repelled by the masses of cars outside The Spinners at Adlington, which surely meant an intrusive pub quiz or other such torture, we repaired to Gallaghers.
The place was empty and with good reason; all that was on offer in terms of cask ale was Tetleys. It has been 20 years since I sampled that brew and it will be 20 years before I risk another.
How the fortunes of this pub have changed, now a "Punch Taverns" holding with some hapless landlord having taken up their "business opportunity". Another good pub transmogrified.
menelaus42 - 4 Nov 2008 23:07
Always some decent beer to be had and quick service.
manstein - 18 Jun 2007 19:43
Friendly and comfortable pub with several well kept real ales. Worth a visit.
Rivington - 10 Apr 2006 14:55

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