Leek in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... it was actually very nice (The Green Man on Compton to give them a big thumbs up). However, Leek itself was (and you'll have to forgive me for over-using the word) pants. It looked pretty enough. Lots of old cotton mill conversions. Lots of relics from the past. Lots of antique shops. My kind of place on the surface. But if you've ever tried getting something to eat in a pub on a Sunday evening, with two small children in tow, then you might as well be on another planet. It's like some wierd cult. Every pub we went into "Oh no love. No food on." "Why not?" "Well, it's a Sunday, of course!". Oh, sil... more
Customer Leek in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 16/05/08 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Apparantly Hull in East Yorkshire is one of Idler's 'Crap Towns'. In fact, Hull has been top (or bottom, whichever way you look at it) on at least one occasion. I am from Hull. I have lived there most of my life. I'm telling you this for a good reason, so bear with me. I want you to know that I'm reviewing Leek from an outsider's point of view, and from someone who's not been 'tainted' by living somewhere nice, leafy and posh. I'm telling you all this because I want to say that the one night I spent in Leek was pants. Pants with a big capital P, and then a bit more. Our family recently stayed in Leek. We stayed in Leek because Alton Towers hotel was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/01, updated on 19/09/01 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Why do I live in a town that’s name is synonymous with a vegetable? Most people have never heard of Leek: a small town in Staffordshire, which lies at the foot of the Peak District. Up until 7 months ago I had never given Leek a second thought. I was living in Portsmouth, having just moved from London where I’d lived for 6 years. I wanted peace and quiet: a more sedate way of life than I had been used to for those last few years. As I originated from Staffordshire (having been dragged up in Stafford) I decided that it was time to return to my routes and settle down. So in March of this year I moved to sleepy Leek. The advantage of ... Read the complete review
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