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The Pigot Arms, Pattingham - pub details

Address: 11 High Street, Pattingham, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV6 7BQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19761) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Codsall (4.2 miles), Albrighton (4.4 miles), Cosford (4.4 miles)

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Inn at Shipley, Shipley (1.9 miles), Fox Inn at Shipley, Shipley (1.9 miles)

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And what I used to love the most after after a great night of "new Romantic" dancing to the stars of the era was an outside line swiftly followed by a loverly Wessles hot dog from the burger van parked on the car park to feed the hoarde of hungry late night revellers before their journey home....
I remeber that the hot dogs "or weeners" as they are known by our friends from the "Good Ole US of A" came in a variety of different sizes...
You could have a small hot dog which was usually aimed for the female of the group in order to keep her weight down... a medium sized one that could suffice even the most hungry new romantic chappies appetite...
And last but not least was the "whopper" which although it was made for the more drunken youthe after a full on session of "devil Water" was most commonly used in the super sketch of the brilliantly talented Ms Barbara Striesand in the classic 1980s Latex and humorously funny series Spitting Immage.....
When we was PI**&$ as the large phallic sausage lolled around her Jewish face an entered into her open ready mouth tasting the goodness of the German Delight...... classic memories from a brilliant haunt......
bigfatget - 11 Jun 2014 12:14
yeah ,so decided to mosey-on down (that beh turnbull weeed..)to check out the this place,and they had a lovely spanish singerguitar player performing such classics as' te kira machu' and 'i love water' whilst her entourage sat around doing that fast clapping thing they do.I did feel sorry for this younge man clad in an outfit from 'principles" at walsall,as he was getting increasingly frustrated with the language barrier and saying"Do-you-know-everything-but-the-girl?'in an increasingly louder voice to her..but all was not lost as he received a tape of her latino music that sounded like it had been recorded at wednesbury baths as a parting gift to remember her by...anyhow i decided to leave and met a younge fellow out in the carpark who looked to me like he was a fan of "the nutty sound"who was having trouble starting his motorbike.He explained that he had been to the small bike shop opposite wednesbury town hall and the burly tattoed chaps in there had told him in no uncertain terms what to do with his "jap-crap'..any how we tried and tried to get the bike started 'and you'll never guess what ...he was wearing a long coat and the yewsh was over the yewsh ...arrr
nosferatiattu - 5 Jun 2014 13:08
If i knew that the doorman had used such vulgar language to an honest "New Romantic" merely trying to re enact state of the heart moves like their robotic heroes of the era "Tik and Tok" i would have ridden over on my mates Honda 70 Cub with the white top box which contained and old towel... and proceeded angrily to make said nasty bouncer with black dikkie bow to lik his own bleeding mal-rouge la la la la la la.... infact, the fat bloated puffer fish face person would pray that likening strikening agggaiiiinn.... would indeed blow down heavy upon him..... as woe betide.... he would not be able to fight off the heavy blows from the younge verrr fat and verrr smelly madness fan who bet his father that he would end up buying every record that the SKA group made.... not unless he wants me to "Buck his sister in the back of a big Motor"......... prey doo tell.......
bigfatget - 2 Jun 2014 13:46
Me and tok decided to spend an evening here after a recommendation from our friend Klaus Nomi..unfortuantly he could not join us as he was busy having his mal-rouge likked that night ...So we wandered in and asked the DJ to play " warm leatherette" and we did what we do.. ...but allas one burly shaven headed regular took offence to our expressing ourselves
through the medium of robotic daarnce..and told us to (swear word) off! and take our (swear word ) mirrors with us ,before he shoved them up our ( swear word;swear word-es) we backed toward the exit flashing our mirrors at the the bemused patrons,pouting on our way out
and caught the 401 bus to the conuaght hotel.
nosferatiattu - 23 May 2014 14:54
What a fantastic village pub .. set in the heart of the community this rather large pub caters for all of its varying guests. Its welcoming atmosphere and large selection of both food and drink is most impressive.
The exterior looks clean and fresh, very country style, fitting in with its surroundings but stands out proud in its prime position!
As you enter you are greeted by a large open plan L shape layout. Walking into the bar area you progress through into a small snug like area with a large open fire place. There is a large dinning area at the rear.
There is a selection of 6 ales... Banks Bitter, Enville, Butty Bach, Doom Bar and Wells Young (the guest)
Staff where every friendly and nothing seemed too much.
The food was fantastic!
It was pretty lively pub with a large range of visitors. The garden area had an outside TV room where many had been watching the sport. The rear garden was well kept with plenty of tables and chairs to enjoy the wether. Overall a cracking pub out in the country!
stuart1983 - 23 Jun 2012 14:43

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