Pubs of Manchester

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Thursday, 15 September 2011

Clayton Arms, North Road

Clayton Arms, North Road, Clayton, 1992. (c) Alan Winfield with kind permission.

Another inner city East Manchester estate pub near City's new ground, the Clayton Arms was a Burtonwood pub on the corner of Clayton Street and North Road.  Following the estate pub lounge and public bar format, there was a pool table in the latter and real ale was on offer in the form of Burtonwood Bitter [1], whilst its distinctive lettering style indicates its status as a former Tetley house.  The pub has been knocked down fairly recently to be replaced by Clayton Library - thankfully something that serves the local community like the Clayton Arms once did.  


1 comment:

  1. Before passing to Burtonwood, this was previously a Tetley's pub, as shown by the style of the lettering.