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Local Pubs on the Internet...
www.fives.co.uk/ [ Tiggis] Fives.Preston. 01772 886644 info@fives.co.uk
www.hospitalinn.co.uk The Hospital Inn. Bamber Bridge. 01772 335151 hospitalinn@hotmail.com
www.yehornsinn.co.ukYe Horns InnGoosnargh. 01772 865230 enquiries@yehornsinn.co.uk
www.whitehartbouth.co.uk/White HartBouth, Ulverston, Cumbria. 01229 861229 nigelwhitehart@aol.com

Local Restaurants
www.heathcotes.co.uk Heathcoates. 104 - 106 Higher Rd Longridge.01772 784969
- Heathcoates / The Olive Press. 23 Winckley Square Preston. 01772 252732
Food Websites

Local Cinemas (Preston)
Warner logo www.myvue.com [ was Warner Village Cinema ]
Walton Le Dale, Preston - 0871 240 240
www.odeon.co.uk [was previously UCI ]
Riversway - 0871 22 44 007

Breweries and Beer Sites
CAMRA West Lancs
Black Sheep
Kronenbourg UK [ Scottish & Newcastle ]
Fat Badgers [ Review pubs in Great Britain ]
Beer Mad [ It does what it says on the tin ]
Dr Dave's [ All things pub-related ]
Beer Tools [ homebrew ]
Brewery Collectables

Local Sites
Lancashire Pool League
Preston Gig List
Preston Docks
Preston Council
Preston Football Club (includes The National Football Musuem)
Stagebox Karaoke Hire
beer.mustbehere.com Enter At your Peril (sex, lust, animations and beer).
History of Preston

Recommended Taxis
Guild 563003 183 Plungington Rd
Ashton 724000 Fleetwood House, Fleetwood Rd
Millers 253838 121 North Rd
New City Taxis 824000 Moor Lane Website / Email
Although their website is down (March 2007) New City Taxis is still in business. Use the telephone number.

Preston Beer Festival
St. Walburge's Parish Centre, Weston Street, Preston
Annual event at end of March
01772 726370
Penwortham Beer Festival
The Fleece Inn, 39 Liverpool Road
Phone for details
01772 745561
Ashton Institute Beer Festival
8 - 12 Wellington Road, Ashton, Preston
Phone for details
01772 726582

Recommended Off-Licences
DEFINITION: An "off-licence" can only sell alcohol to be consumed off their premises compared to a pub who can sell the alcohol to be consumed on and off their premises, although some places exist where you can't drink outside i.e. the city centre is a designated no drink area.

Booze Buster's (St Paul's Road) always has good deals and since 2003 also sells basic food stuffs.

Real Ale Shop / Barrel of Laughs (Lovat Road)
This place is legendary in the north west of England (been on TV and won CAMRA status etc).

Sells a multitude of drinks: Chinese beer, draught bitters and lagers from around the UK and Europe, (hand pumps) party barrels or fruit wines.

Adrian (the owner) can supply EVERYTHING. You won't be dissapointed. There's even a fancy dress department upstairs run by Adrian's lovely wife. Opposite the 'Wines of the World' section is a comprehensive video / PC game library. What more do you want?