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The Wheatsheaf, Bloxwich - pub details

Address: 35 The Pinfold, Bloxwich, West Midlands, WS3 3JL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38588) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bloxwich (0.7 miles), Bloxwich North (1.2 miles), Walsall (2.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of the Wheatsheaf, Bloxwich

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The Wheatsheaf was undoubtedly the best of what Bloxwich had to offer on Monday evening. It's an old Banks's house with Bitter, Mild & Sunbeam on, in addition to a guest beer from Arkells - Rugbeer. The interior felt welcoming and a real fire was blazing. There is a large collection of sewing machines in one area. A small garden can be found at the rear. Both the barmaid and locals were friendly. A number of social events appear to take place regularly.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Sep 2015 23:50
The present pub dates from the earlier 19th century, there is a nice photo of the pub, with a copper outside, dating to around 1845, in the pub. The pub is a small detached house type, with a lower roofed annex at the side. It has a decent smoking area at the back.

The interior has three clear areas. A smaller and quieter lounge, bar area and the annex area, set out for diners, although i am not sure if they still do food. Has a dartboard. The pub is clean and friendly, even if some of the language is a little direct at times.

The beer; usual stuff with Banks's MILD and bitter on handpull. It also has two guests; Brakspear's Hooray Henry and Jennings Honey Bole were last on, with the Bole being fine.

Another pub that we always visit, but can be a little inconsistent.
Archivist - 27 Jun 2009 09:51

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