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Olde Boar's Head Inn

Type:Public House / Bar

Long Street, Middleton, Greater Manchester, M24 6UE

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About

Dating back to the late 16th century this fascinating half-timbered building is still a popular and comfortable pub. Surrounded by 19th and 20th century buildings on the main road from Middleton to Rochdale, this half-timbered pub comes as a surprise but, like the other ancient buildings in the ‘Middleton Golden Cluster’, it bears testament to Middleton’s long heritage. Leaflets available at the pub tell visitors about its origins in 1632, changes over the centuries, how the pub got its name, its use as a court, The Assheton family (Middleton’s Lords of the Manor), and the Peterloo Massacre of 1819.

Facilities

Provider Facilities

  • Toilets

Provider Features

  • In town/city centre

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Quarter of a mile from Middleton town centre, on the A664 main Middleton to Rochdale road. car park at rear.

Public Transport Directions

Middleton is well served by buses, and Middleton bus station is less than half a mile from the Olde Boar's Head. Service 17, Manchester to Rochdale, stops outside. Rail: The nearest rail station is Mills Hill, on the Manchester to Leeds via Rochdale line, with buses connecting Mills Hill to Middleton bus station.

Opening Times

2019 opening (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)
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