Away Pubs For The Rest Of The Season

Last updated : 31 January 2007 By Clive Loader
Details of pubs for the away games until the end of the season. These are the hostelries where you are likely to bump into fellow Exiles before the forthcoming away games. I have given a full postcode so if you've got internet access you can get a map of the location using . If you can't find us in the suggested pub then a call to 07798 810386 will probably track some of us down.

Chesterfield - Sat 3rd February
The Rutland
Rutland Arms
16 Stephenson Place, S40 1XL.
At the foot of the famous crooked spire. Lively former Hogshead pub that is 5 minutes walk from the rail station and 10 minutes from Saltergate. It has around 8 real ales normally available plus cider, lagers and good value food.

Cheltenham - Sat 17th February

Kemble Brewery Inn
, 27, Fairview Street GL52 2JF
About 5 minutes from the ground in the back streets between Whaddon Road and the town centre. Real ales, lagers and a cider with good value pub grub. Reportedly very friendly, with a real 'traditional local' feel.

Oldham - Sat 24th February

Up Steps Inn 17-23 High Street OL1 3AJ.
Typical Wetherspoons pub in the town centre. Usual range of cheap beers and reasonable food. A short walk from Oldham Mumps station but a bit of a hike, or a taxi ride, to Boundary Park.

Blackpool - Tue 6th March
The Pump & Truncheon
Pump & Truncheon
, Bonny Street, FY1 5AR (opposite the police station).
Wide selection of beers including real ales and lagers and an extensive good value food menu. Situated in Central Blackpool - behind the Waxworks, near to the Central Pier.

Northampton – Sat 10th March
Malt Shovel Tavern
121 Bridge St NN1 1QF (Opposite Carlsberg brewery). Excellent Free House with wide range of British and continental beers and good value meals. Brewery tap for the Great Oakley Brewery. 5 minutes walk from Northampton BR station but about 1½ miles from Sixfields.

Rotherham - Sat 31st March
The Blue Coat
The Crofts, S60 2DJ
The pub is a converted school which is now one of the better examples of the JD Wetherspoon chain. Good range of local guest ales and the usual Wetherspoons pub grub menu.

Carlisle – Mon 9th April
Howard Arms
107, Lowther Street, CA3 8ED
Town centre multi-roomed pub by the Lanes shopping area and not far from the railway station. Open from 11-11 and does lunchtime meals and a limited selection of real ales and lagers.

Nottingham Forest – Sat 21st April
The Vat & Fiddle
12-14 Queens Bridge Rd, NG2 1NB.
Brewery tap for the Castle Rock Brewery next door. Only 2 minutes walk from the station. Good selection of real ales, ciders and foreign beers. Pub grub available at lunch time.

Port Vale – Sat 5th May
Bull's Head
14, St John's Square, Burslem, ST6 3AJ.
Titanic Brewery pub about 10 minutes from Vale Park. Understandably gets busy on match days. Food may be limited to rolls.