Poachers Pocket (Newcastle upon Tyne) Reviews
Description:Address: Market Lane / Whickham / Newcastle Upon Tyne NE16 4TJ
Newest Review: ... and soft drinks. The scrubbed wooden tables and chairs are dotted around the pub, with some being in the raised area and ... more
Customer Poachers Pocket (Newcastle upon Tyne) Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/10/11 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Poachers Pocket This is one of our local pubs and because it is very close by, we often find ourselves here for an evening meal or with friends for a drink. The pub was originally a Rowell's Brewery (Gateshead) pub, but when that brewery was closed by The Newcastle Breweries it then became a Blue Star house. I don't know when it was built but it is an old building and was there, with a different name before the 1940s. OUTSIDE THE PUB... There is a large car park and the pub itself is a large solid looking brick building, with a play area outside, a garden, plenty of grassed areas with benches and tables outside, There is also ... Read the complete review
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