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The Myvod, Wednesbury - pub details

Address: 62 Park Lane, Wednesbury, West Midlands, WS10 9PS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10029) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bescot Stadium (1.1 miles), Tame Bridge Parkway (2 miles), Walsall (2.1 miles)

Chain: Sizzling Pubs

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The younge fellow, hair slicked back with chivvi ,approached the bar as he watched his older friends disappear into the night via an awaiting taxi..Even though he had doused himself with Marbert man,he accepted this attempt at manhood would have never fooled the Wiley doormen at the piggot arms in the Hampton of wolves..The crisply turned out barman took a moment from polishing glasses and day-dreaming of the fatherland to acknowledge the youth with a heel click..."Could I have a can of IRN BRU and a packet of walkers smokey bacon with raw mushrooms in it please?"..The barman clicked his well shone knee-lenghth boots together once more and nodded ,to pay homage to the younge mans excellent choice..The boy took his delicious treats and walked out into the beer garden ,passing the fruit machine that would claim most of his future earnings at rubberastic ,excellently governed by Councillor Archer..Out in the garden in front of many puzzled patrons he ran excitedly through the "maze' for what seemed an eternity..."Hee hee hee...hee hee hee..."until exhausted with giddiness he fell flat on his back and stared up at the night sky and whisperd, in song..."you are my sunshoyne,my only sunshoyne,you make me happee when skoys are grey " and took a well earned bite from an apple
B.Bhidjustinheyward.C - 29 Mar 2024 04:09
Hello fellow Mivvy drinkers... The Plantet Earthe song made famous by the Brummie new romantics Duran Duran was literally on the radio only a moment ago. Which stimiliated my memory of listening to the tune back in the day sitting in the lounge of the Mivvy sipping a Vimto through a paper straw wondering what it would be like to have been going with my older mates who were quaffing beer waiting for the taxi to carry them off to the Dilke Arms or the Pigott Arms for a night out of heady dancing to the latest New Romantic tunes of the day.... And as the lights and lazers and mirrors would have certainly sent them into a frenzy of strange new dancing, somewhat robotic, as the yewth laughed drank and slapped the floor, feeling like the pop star of the time Jim Kerr, from the super group Simple Minds... Zioid Zioid.... Me.... I went home and dreamt of owning some terrapins from the pet shop in Union Street....
bigfatget - 23 May 2021 13:55
Well it's great news that the sizzler meals will soon be flying off the menu in a
Pub that has held such dear memories for me over the last 38 years.
I was only thinking the other day of what Brian Hitler the old landlord back in the day would have to say if he could see his beloved Mivvy now.
Especially serving such fine fittle of pub grub to its awaiting hungry regulars.
I'm sure that it would probably turn Brian's sour face even more taint,
At the thought of serving greazy food in such a fine establishment.
Not on his watch would we ever get such meaty morcels in our time.
Back then it would have been a bag of KVE, a bag of Yampi Fries
As called by the lad from Bentley... Or alternatively a pack of ploughmans biscuits with a cheese triangle and a few silverskin pickle onions inside, that even the hardened discerning drinker could not resist... Catch you soon my ber swilling friends... BFG
bigfatget - 6 May 2021 17:21
hey there fellow myvod fans..great to be back. ..and thanks to the bigfatget for those great memories..
Unfortunately the crew here at B.I.T.E have to start tonights review on a sombre note..
It has been brought to our attention that a pair of hoons have been spotted driving up a little too fast and coming to a skidding halt on the gravel in front of the Thicket residence, to the extent that Billy Pitcocks dad had to come out and tell them off...
The offenders were described as follows;- Passenger was verrr fat and verrrr smelly whilst the driver was a thin pale younge fellow wearing a blue cardigan and looking as if he were about to sneeze.
May we remind the public that a datsun cherry in the wrong hands can be a deadly weapon,and even though the offender may have only been trying to get to his destination to stop the engine before the good guitar bit in ' diamonds on the soles of her shoes' came on in order to rile his passenger this is no excuse for such anti- social behaviour..
Any how on that note drive safely and take care of mum..all at B.I.T.E
nosferatiattu - 20 May 2014 13:17
The English music charts over the years have produced some of the finest tunes in the land... when you have such wonderful music as Plantet Earthe by Dran Dran nik nik , si le bo, rodger the dodger etc..... and the brilliant masterpiece from the early 1980s band The Skids, titled "Albert Tatlock" sucks his.....
And who could ever forget the classic song "small cheroot, black hat, cold eyes.... Malpaso man... from the ever so fashionable most underrated New Romantic group Visage... With Steve Strange and Rusty Egan fronting the culture beat youth craze...
Often played at the Pigott arms where you would be able to hear tunes like Changeling were changeling for you.... da de da da da da... da da da dum... and slap that bloody floor whilst feeling like a younge Jim kerr...
With VIP gusts like Porky, "not to be confused with porky prime cut" often seen frequenting the hotest new romantic bar in town...
If however you wanted a little something more underground, there was always the 5th nightclub where you could easily take two small mirrors onto to the dance floor whilst the 12" version of bedsitter by Soft Cell would be playing like a frenzied crescendo and as the tunes rang in your ears, you could try to catch a laser or two with the said mirrors and turn the dance into an amazing robotic symphony just like the robotic masters of the time " Tik and Tok".....
buckramstimulus - 18 May 2014 16:38

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