requested it is advisable to register attendance intention - just in
there are any last minute changes - it also helps plan future events -
ensuring venues are suitable and large enough.
Here is the diary for the Pub History
Society - associated to the Friends of the Froth Blowers.
Saturday 17th March 2018
Brum Trudge 2018. Not Brum but Warwick. Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances 12/03/18
Warwick has four or five other good drinking hostelries
within easy walking distance of each other (we don’t have to
trudge from Birmingham).
London (Marylebone) to Leamington Spa : Leamington
Spa to Warwick (Central, not Parkway) is inexpensive (c. £15
return) and reasonably frequent (10.40- 12:12.01/12.33 (10 mins).
Trudge: Warwick Station – Wild Boar
(Slaughterhouse tap - leave 1.15) – Punch Bowl leave (2 p.m.)
– Rigsby’s Cellar Bar (leave 2.45) – Old Post Office
(leave 3.30) – Pickled Crab (leave 5.30) – Station.
Numbers required for food at the Pickled Crab
– 4 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. – a shared platter of fruits de mer
would be on offer (c. £20 x 2) but simpler shellfish, fish and
other delights, too.
Saturday 13th Oct 2018 14th Annual Reunion / gathering of the
Friends of the Froth Blowers
At the Coopers Arms, Flood Street, London, SW3 5TB from 12:15 - see newsletter 50 for full details
It is imperative to advise Dave of any intention of attending e-mail Dave
It is with sadness that David Rowe is having a well needed break and 'retiring' from his talk and lecture circuit.
Thanks David for spreading the word and bringing the memory of the AOFB to so many.
David informs me that he will spend more of his time putting together another book.
to Regalia / Merchandise