pubs in derbyshire

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Brunswick Inn, Railway Terrace, Derby

Visited: Friday 15 October 2010 The Brunswick Inn is one of those feted pubs whose reputation reaches far beyond the boundaries of its own city. I’ve been wanting to come here for ages, and today seems the right time. Why? I’ve given myself the day off work to potter around on a Derbyshire Wayfarer: a … Continue reading

A week in pubs: w/c 18 October 2010

Pub visits this week 5 Locations Sheffield, Dronfield Friday night at Sheffield’s Rutland Arms is a little different this week. In the function room upstairs, taking place as part of the Off The Shelf festival, is an evening of stories about the Rutland Arms. I’m here to read the piece I wrote about the pub … Continue reading

The Barley Mow, Saltergate, Chesterfield, Derbys

Visited: Monday 2 August 2010 What do you think about when you think about going to the pub? As a general concept, I mean. Visualise an archetypal visit to the boozer, and the chances are you’re in a group of at least four people. It’s dark outside. It’s probably a Friday or a Saturday night. … Continue reading

A week in pubs: w/c 2 August 2010

Pub visits this week 4 Locations Chesterfield, Sheffield A month or two ago, you might recall, Get to the pub.com featured the Sycamore Inn in Parwich, Derbyshire. I noted happily that the Sycamore had stayed alive in an isolated rural location by doubling as a village shop and community centre, with support from an excellent … Continue reading