Glyn Fitzsimmons

Glyn Fitzsimmons

Posted on 03/10/2010


Photo taken on March  5, 2010


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03-05 Peveril of the Peak, Manchester

03-05 Peveril of the Peak, Manchester
The Peveril of the Peak is a famous traditional Manchester pub dating from about 1829 and named after the stagecoach which made the run to London. Distinctive green ceramic tiles adorn its exterior, and as a Grade II Listed Building, it is fortunate to survive the new building taking place around it (the Bridgewater Concert Hall is immediately next door). The interior has 3 rooms around a central bar displaying more ceramic tiles, mahogany and leaded stained glass. It is a friendly pub of some character, and offers lunches between 12noon and 2.30pm, and serves Real Ales, with one or two guest ales. Traditional Irish and Scottish music and dancing every Tuesday night. Games Room, bar football, and darts. Claimed to be haunted by a local ghost.

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