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The Trumpet, Bilston - pub details

Address: 58 High Street, Bilston, West Midlands, WV14 0EP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30076) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Coseley (1.4 miles), Wolverhampton (2.5 miles), Tipton (2.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 18 users)
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Average Holden's Bitter in a rather grubby glass. Looking round it is obvious this place needs a deep clean. Don't ever turn the ceiling fan on or everyone will disappear in a thick cloud of dust. Should be a great pub but it really isn't.
GazzaTheBeerMan - 11 Jun 2019 16:29
Characterful Black Country pub: a Holden's house serving ales in superb condition. The Black Country Mild and Black Country Bitter were both great pints. Friendly welcome and well worth a visit. 9/10.
wobblybob - 5 Oct 2016 22:27
Old style boozer with a certain charm to it. Music themed compact bar selling usual brand stuff and Holden ales which are very nice. Only drawback is goin` to the loo, like something from the 50`s...brick outhouse down t`alley..must be murder during the Winter months! Worth a visit though.
Blastbeat - 25 Apr 2016 11:50
We come to the Midlands once or twice a year and just love the Black Country Boozer.Last time we were in here, I ordered a pint and a half and sat down; within seconds some woman was trying to sell us raffle tickets, where I tried to explain that we weren't staying, but she persisted. I had to be rather firm, then we were left alone. Next minute this bloke with a heavy foreign accent was holding out a dish asking for money. I explained that I had paid for the beer, and therefore, owed no money. He pushed the dish at us a again, saying it was for the band. I said," what band", we'd only just arrived and was leaving soon, With that we left , never to return. I just wondered if anything has changed.
bobajob2 - 30 Jan 2016 19:45
At the time of writing - (07/04/2014 @11:07hrs) - I telephoned the 'The Trumpet', once the jewel of live Jazz in Bilston.

I thought to first check before we got there to about disabled access; specifically, the toilet.

Spoke to the owner with regard bringing a buddy of mine who is wheelchair bound and a Jazz lover thus, do they have a disabled toilet? His response was that they have a toilet so anyone can use it.

Clearly, the owner is ignorant of certain 'special' needs of people with such requirements. The only way I could think of, upon his request and embarrassment, was to manhandle my friend into the toilet cubicle as the chair would not fit. So much for the preservation of ones dignity.

I find it remarkable that in the 21st Century, certain establishments, due to build age are exempt by Law in the UK but you would think they would do something to cater for disabled needs i.e. toilet provision?

Bottom line - If your in a wheelchair and in particular have an incontinence condition, do not go to The Trumpet in Bilston - said but true..
Ricardo001 - 7 Apr 2014 12:38

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