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Going to call it a day on here..

Where have, what I consider, the quality posters gone?

This is an incredible archive of info, seems to have deteriorated from roughly 2014, and even more so over the last year....

How many new members have made over 20 post's?..New members? :wacko:


Any advice..where what I consider to be the quality posters have gone, would be welcome.

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AfferGorrit..Forgot to mention, one of the pictures in your book is Pipe St..couple of streets up from the fox & grapes. 

Wasn't the F&G Sheridan?


What's the name of the pub marketside?






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I think the Fox and Grapes - AKA Pretty Windows was indeed on Sheridan St and the pub on 'marketside' ie Bath St side of Sneinton Market was actually called 'Market side' in my day !!!!!!

Being a Sneinton lass i was way too familiar with all the local pubs my Mum and her friends hung out in - though it now makes a great conversation point if anyone from outta-town starts up ( especially when they think they know it all - bless) 

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Know all those pub''s... Vine, Lamp, Bath Inn, Marketside, sadly never went inside

The overriding memory for me, is standing at the bus stop outside the King Billy on Manvers St, the smell of the beer was super strong. Would have been about 4 at the time! Never experienced anything like it since, maybe I developed a taste?


Regarding Sheridan, was talking pre 1930's...Half Moon?

Stuck in my mind as a member of the Trickett family was the landlord..

Hardly a common name, and part of Sneinton folklore.

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