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Linwood farm carvery
Started by: ann-spam (3369)  Report abuse
They are opening one in the year in goose green .wigan

Posted by: ann-spam (3369)  Report abuse
Should of read Lymewood not Linwood.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (3171) Report abuse
They have been on with it for a while now and it is being built at the top of Sniffy Brook Road on the left, where the road is being extended from the roundabout, it will be on the corner of the roundabout and new road

Posted by: PeterP (6892) Report abuse
Lymewood farm in Haydock Applewood farm at Astley both owned by Farmhouse InnsWhen Lymewood Farm 1st opened I thought it was named after the two pits Lyme/Wood Pits but then they opened Applewood farm so maybe the Wigan one will follow suit and be named after a fruit

Posted by: tonker (19778)   Report abuse
It's named after Lyme Hall. The colliery, Lyme Pit, was also named after Lyme Hall. So is Lymewood Court. And Lyme street.
Legh Pit was named after the family who lived, and still live, in Lyme Hall. So was Legh Road.

The Legh family, of Lyme Hall, owned Haydock. Actually, they still do!

Posted by: i-spy (14328)  Report abuse
It'll take me a week to work that one out.
Anyway are they any good

Posted by: cordyline (4854)   Report abuse
We went to the one at Haydock
Got table 65, a good view
I liked the place; Mrs C not so keen

Posted by: tonker (19778)   Report abuse
Are who any good? The Legh family or Lymewood Farm?

I believe Lymewood Farm is very good. Daniel says it's the best place he's ever seen and he should know, he's been there enough!

PS: Amigo's is better for breakfasts. By far!

Amigo's!

Posted by: i-spy (14328)  Report abuse
Who would ever have thought that Haydock would one day have a bistro

Posted by: tonker (19778)   Report abuse
I know! It's definately gone a bit up-market in recent years!
The lad who opened Amigo's now has 'Evin's American Diner', across from the Tesco store.

How's THIS for an Amigo's Brekky?

Posted by: i-spy (14328)  Report abuse
Where's the fried bread

Posted by: tonker (19778)   Report abuse
On a side-plate. With the chips!

Posted by: i-spy (14328)  Report abuse
And the black pudding

Posted by: tonker (19778)   Report abuse
It's there! In between the champions and the beans, Next to the eggs!!

Posted by: i-spy (14328)  Report abuse
Are they open Xmas day

Posted by: joan beckett-wilding (236) Report abuse
Were. In Goose Green will this be x

Posted by: mortarmillbill (445) Report abuse
Joan

Smithy Brook Road which runs from Warrington Road, Goose Green to the top end of Little Lane.

The pub is next to the roundabout.

Posted by: bentlegs (4346) Report abuse
We saw some building work up there TT yesterday,

 
 
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