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Holly Bush, Cradley Heath - pub details

Address: 53 Newtown Lane, Cradley Heath, West Midlands, B64 5EA [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Cradley Heath (0.8 miles), Old Hill (1.1 miles), Lye (2 miles)

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Update- still under the same ownership- the only regular opening is EVERY THURS for comedy night-open from 7pm
Real ale is teme valley blonde 4.4 with extra hop blast added-
Otherwise open sporadically for other events/bookings on weekends-
Info- 07949594484
Website currently down-
Updates of events on

Forth coming events
McMillan charity comedy this sat20th 4pm till late ( inc 2 ales)

Bushfest comedy weekend July 18 to 21

Luke's VARIETY show sat11th may

"Like"this group weekly comedy info only! (Free every thurs PLUS specials on Sats

new fb page to like! if u are interested in new spoken word film making/showing night in the performance caravan

"Like" this one for music events info

"Like" this for monthly theatre stuff


Like this page for info for cradley heath arts group

GIMME SHOUT IF U WANNA RUN YR OWN GIG(music/comedy/theatre)FROM THE BUSH-50capacity-charge what u want-take it all!
bushcradley - 15 Apr 2019 16:54
i'm sure if blue scrumpy had asked for his beer to be changed it would have been. it sounds like he suffered in silence in his own little world. sad. death to all rockers..good un ya!

bar does need a refurb. i'm sure the landlord would welcome changing rooms coming in. the bogs are clean but do have a "marine" odour sometimes..shades of grimsby.

the lazy git doesn't open much these days just thursdays to sundays generally.
thursday is comedy night where the landlord does his crap impersonation of bruce forsythe and introduces up to 9 acts(not rockers usually). it s a random night that can entertain on many levels...if u don't like it..go in the lounge(not so refurb needed)..if the tight git has turned the heating on!

positve note....only usually carries 1/2 real ale(s) that is pretty much sure to be tip top...either millstone tiger rut, woods quaff or lass or teme valley. nice.

fri/sat tends to be a gig night or private party in one room...but its safe and relaxed generally.

used to be in the camra good beer guide for 3 years but after reducing the no. of beers on to improve the quality the range isn't enough for the big ale'ers + he's hardly ever open..fair play to um.
bushcradley - 16 Mar 2011 16:50
Went there on the 28/11/09 at 1pm and it was shut, no sign of life
Ispy - 29 Nov 2009 15:28
Pub with two fairly smallish bars not far from Cradley Heath High St. As well as a Sam Smith's range of beers, they also had 3 real ales on handpull - Millstone Tiger Rut & Coach & Horses and Brough Pale Ale. The Coach & Horses was in a poor condition. The main bar area could do with a refurb. The clientele appear to be mainly rockers. Not too impressed overall.
blue_scrumpy - 29 Jun 2009 17:59

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