BLACKPOOL – BUSES, BUNDY, (WOBBLY) BOB, BLOOMFIELD ROAD, BURSTING BLADDER

Two ticks by two thirty, and if I’d caught the tram along the coast I’d have been in St. Anne’s for four o’ clock for a third. But the duff map on the GBG app, and a long discussion about glasses in the Shipwreck meant I arrived at the tram stop 30 seconds too late… Continue reading BLACKPOOL – BUSES, BUNDY, (WOBBLY) BOB, BLOOMFIELD ROAD, BURSTING BLADDER

PIE, PEAS, PINT, PUNK IN CLEVELEYS

Next stop, Cleveleys, and retro punk festivals*, apparently. £50 to hear 60 year olds croak through “Peaches“, “Teenage Kicks” and “It’s A Mystery“. A fool and their money…. Your cash is far better spent on ticking pubs by the seaside. The Shipwreck Brewery Co had the added attraction of being marked on the wrong spot… Continue reading PIE, PEAS, PINT, PUNK IN CLEVELEYS

ST. ANNES – THE USUAL SUSPECTS

There are two certainties in life. Rooney will score at the Etihad, to the sporting acclaim of City  fans Lancashire will produce a new Cricket Club and micro for the Beer Guide. There’ll be an error in this blog post. Actually, the micro pub was too new for GBG17, so I’d started with the traditional walk along the… Continue reading ST. ANNES – THE USUAL SUSPECTS