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Started by: kayleigh (1161) Report abuse
does anybody recall a public house Beech Hill side of wigan. called THE LADY BOUSE or something like that not sure of the spelling.???

Posted by: dodger (3414) Report abuse
It was the old Labour club on Gidlow Lane Kayleigh, it is now a Tesco

Posted by: dodger (3414) Report abuse
It was the Lady Bowes Lyon.

Lady Bowes

Posted by: stacker lee (316) Report abuse
I remember calling in one Christmas day with Pisolivadi and Martin, his houseguest from Ireland. We had spent the day at Piso's house dining on "turkey 'bout legs" (his phrase) with all the trimmings whilst a dvd of The Last Waltz played endlessly. Later Martin wanted cigarettes (he always wanted cigarettes) so we went out to find some. The only place open the the Lady Bowes Lyon so we had a pint to be sociable. Martin's comment was, "So this is how the atheists spend Christmas Day!" Once quaffed it was back to the Ponderosa to watch The Last Waltz. The funny thing was we saw something different every time we saw it (and we saw it a lot!) Great film and a memorable Christmas!

Posted by: pisolivadi (1812)  Report abuse
A fine day, indeed, stacker lee. Impromptu always the best!


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