Micro pub lined up for Newton's High Street

Micro pub lined up for Newton's High Street

Micro pub lined up for Newton's High Street

First published in News

A SHOP could be converted to a micro pub if proposals secure planning permission.

Applicant Dan Cunliffe hopes to transform the premises at 65 High Street, Newton-le-Willows to a venue selling cask ales, traditional ciders, rum and whisky.

Planning documents set out that the proposed pub would shun electronic entertainment and promote conversation. It would be open on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

St Helens Council will consider the proposals.

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8:50am Tue 1 Jul 14

mikeashworth says...

You can follow their pub adventures on Twitter https://twitter.com/
thefirkinbar
You can follow their pub adventures on Twitter https://twitter.com/ thefirkinbar mikeashworth
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2:37pm Tue 1 Jul 14

AntSwift says...

What a great idea. Looking forward to more news!
What a great idea. Looking forward to more news! AntSwift
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3:49pm Tue 1 Jul 14

widnesman says...

Any chance of micro prices? !!
Any chance of micro prices? !! widnesman
  • Score: 4

5:50pm Fri 4 Jul 14

Bill Bradbury says...

Good news. I have drank in the Butchers Arms Herne Bay, a converted butchers corner shop, one of the first of this type in the Country. Sat next to a man from Upholland but lived away for 54 years. Place was packed with10 people!!!
Toilet via the corridor cellar-no bar. Yes and the ale was cheaper than the normal Southern prices and an excellent selection from micros.
Good news. I have drank in the Butchers Arms Herne Bay, a converted butchers corner shop, one of the first of this type in the Country. Sat next to a man from Upholland but lived away for 54 years. Place was packed with10 people!!! Toilet via the corridor cellar-no bar. Yes and the ale was cheaper than the normal Southern prices and an excellent selection from micros. Bill Bradbury
  • Score: 1

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