Pubs

Do you remember some of these lost if not forgotten pubs of Brighouse along with surrounding areas? Maybe you ran a Brighouse Pub or you may still run a pub? I would love to hear from you maybe you have some old photos of Brighouse I would love to add them to the website. Maybe you have been closed and planning to reopen please let me have the details and I will add them to a new section for reopening and help to get you going again. Please help me out if I get Things Wrong? Anyway here we go.

Traffic Light system easy to see past closed pubs in RED. Pubs thinking of reopening they are in BLUE, or Pubs that are Open and or ready to open as soon as lockdown allows these are in GREEN FOR GO.

The Albion.

Halifax Road/John King, Lane Head, next to the former Post Office, just above the Brighouse Library, Thought to be a takeaway now? ( Just a bit higher up Halifax Road  there used to be a pub on the right? Do you remember its name have you some photos or memories?)

Anchor Inn. See The Bridge Inn.

Anchor Pit Inn. Anchor Place, Off River Street, Birds Royd Lane

. Brighouse. Sorry not much known about this

 pub?

The Armitage Arms. Top of Clifton Common on the junction to Clifton looking down on Brighouse, This large pub with dinning has a large conservatory for diners to enjoy the views of Brighouse while having a drink or meal which extends into former cottages that were converted to extend the size of this once modest pub into a large modern country type diner with a large car park. I used it dine here on a regular basics especially for the early savers. If this is yours or you know please let us know so we can update? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

Atlas Mill Brewery End of Atlas Mill Lane (Just by the Entrance to the Brighouse Recycling) Also See Tip Inn. May be closed but hopefully may reopen at one stage? Update Dec 2020. If this is yours or you know please let us know so we can update? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

Bandsman. Field Lane, Rastrick Also See Brambles 

Bramble & The Bandsman. Rastrick (No Longer a Pub, May have changed to other uses or redeveloped)? 

 

The Barge. (Formerly The Victoria Tavern & Anchor Inn) Mill Lane Brighouse. Sorry don’t know whether it is open/closed or temporally Closed Due to Covid 19, If this is yours or you know please let us know so we can update? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

The Black Bull Hotel. Now having the address as 46 Thornton Square, facing the former Brighouse Town Hall although originally it was part of Briggate as it went over the canal, but road changes has made this great town centre pub/hotel looking out on a roundabout without roads in the very busy Thornton Square. Thought to be the oldest surviving pub in Brighouse dating back to around 1740 ish, it was a very popular pub at one time with lots of different attractions to suit most people’s needs, used to go here some times as the landlady was from the Duke of York at Shelf. Don’t know a lot about it these days please send some details. If this is yours or you know please let us know so we can update? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Black Bull. Towngate Clifton now thought to be the Black Bull Farm now? (No Longer a Pub, May have changed to other uses or redeveloped)?

 

Black Horse. Nether House, Hove Edge, a coaching house possibly one of the oldest properties in the area? Sorry not much known about this pub? (No Longer a Pub, May have changed to other uses or redeveloped)?

 

The Black Horse Inn. The Black Horse Inn. Westgate Clifton. Stands in the heart of this great Yorkshire Village. (Which has a history and reputed links to Robin Hood, Luddites, and much more see our section on Clifton). The Inn & Hotel has bags of charm with its Oak Beams, Open Fires & Thick stone walls that almost take you back in times, it is a while since my last visit but as far as I know is still a family owned and run business. If this is yours or you know please let us know so we can update? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Blue Ball. 

Daisy Crof

House Brigh

ouse (No Longer a Pub, May have changed to other uses or redeveloped)?

 

Blue Ball. Briggate

 Brighouse, Sorry not much known

 about this pub? (No Longer a Pub, May have changed to other uses or redeveloped)?

 

 

Bramble. (Bandsman) Field Lane Estate, Sorry not much known about this pub? (No 

Longer a Pub, May have changed to other uses or redeveloped)?

 

Broad Oak Inn. This was in the Broad Oak area of Hove Edge above the football fields and made way for the Broad Oak Garage which itself made way for a new housing complex.

 

The Brown Horse Coley. I have listed this pub although strictly speaking this is just outside the area of Brighouse. They used to say this is the only pub with this name hard to believe but I don’t recall another ‘Brown Horse Inn’ for many years this pub had the same owner/chefs and was renown throughout Yorkshire for the Food & Service but like everybody we all have to retire at some point. If this is yours or you know please let us know so we can update? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Barracuda. Huddersfield Road, Brighouse

(Also See The Calder)

 

The Bridge. Just at the side of the Canal in Lower Briggate and over the Briggate Hump Back Bridge facing The Millers Bar, Brighouse, Formerly called (Anchor Inn). Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

 

The Calder. This large site was the old Albert Picture House which had a large following throughout Brighouse, Formerly called The Barracuda, I have only been in this Bar and Dinning establishment once a long time ago so would be grateful for some details, I do seem to remember they did a range of cut priced meals? Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 


The Casa Hotel. (formerly The Grove Motel & Lakeside Lodge)

Which is at the side of the Elland Road with a massive extension overlooking the former ‘sand and gravel quarries of Elliot’s Sand, although the extension is not currently used as there is some conflict with the planning? I used to deliver here many years ago when the then owner was mad on racing and had a few horses that were stabled under the pub, he was also a great character and was always giving me tips that seldom ever won. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The Clifton Arms

Which was down Park Street opposite the former Post Off

ice and Former Gas Showroom and is now thought to be an eating place.

 

The Cock of the North. A58 Leeds Road, Hipperholme. Although

 I have been in this pub many years ago I don’t know or remember a lot of details about its past although it has had several names over the years, some reference suggests it was originally owned by Ramsden’s brewery across the road, although no hard facts. Not really sure if it is now a pub or restaurant? Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The Crown. Lightcliffe Road, Warring Green. Always looks a well looked after property although it’s a pub I don’t remember ever going to? Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Delvers Arms. Towngate Brighouse & Denholme Gate Road, Hipperholme, Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

Delvers Arms. Rastrick, Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

 

Dog & Gun. Thought to be around Eleanor Street, off Gooder Lane. Rastrick? Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

Duke of Edinburgh. Mill Lane Brighouse? Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Duke of York. Bridge End Rastrick at the side of the River Calder pulled down in the 30s? I think it was at the side of the railway bridge and there is still a plot of land where it used to stand. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Dusty Miller. Halifax Road, Hove Edge, Brighouse. This Great Looking Pub stands proud on the Hove Edge Boundary, this is a pub which we used to call in regularly for a bar meal. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Dye House Arms.

(see Dyers Arms we think these were the same pubs)? Dye House Lane, Birds Royd, Brighouse (No Longer a Pub, May have changed to other uses or redeveloped). Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

Dyers Arms. (see Dye House Arms we think these were the same pubs)? Dye House Lane, Birds Royd, Brighouse (No Longer a Pub, May have changed to other uses or redeveloped). Sorry not much known about this pub? with a name like this it was almost certain to be close to some Dyeing Mill?

 

Empess of India. We think this was on the old Police Street Brighouse that disappeared to make way for the new A641 road, although Lawson Road is more or less where the old Police Street was? Long after the pub was closed. This pub was also known to have several different names like most pubs had in early 18/19 centuries including Lower George. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The (Royal) Engineers

Hangram Street/Old Bradford Road, Brighouse. This was thought to be on the corner of the original Bradford Road where it has been cut off for the Subway/Lüdenscheid Link.(may have been where the printers are I do remember it but not sure where it was, thought to have closed in the late 60s? Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Fleece. Rastrick. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Football Inn. was thought to be on the start of the original Elland Road which started after leaving Briggate where there was a large curved row of shops, one of these shops even sold scooters and motorbikes (I remember this from my MOD days as they had a repair shop in Elland near to where I lived), where the Wilkinson’s car park is now and the pub was around this area, this pub like many pubs in early 1900s was always changing their names mainly due to re-licensing and was also known as The Footballers Rest among other names. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

 

The Freemasons Arms. 

Was on Bradford Road, opposite the New Swimming Baths?

(opened in the1800s and closed as a pub but the building still stands) Sorry not much known about this pub? Maybe you can help out?

 

The Globe. Rastrick Common, Rastrick. I remember going in the Globe (as well as the White Horse a bit lower down the road) but not The Red Lion? Did the ‘Globe’ become the ‘Red Lion’? Please help me out here someone. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Golden Balls. Clifton Sorry not much known about this pub? Maybe you can help out?

 

Golden Lion Rastrick Sorry not much known about this pub? Maybe you can help out?

 

Granby Beerhouse. Brighouse Sorry not much known about this pub? Maybe you can help out?

 

The Grove Inn. Tofts Grove, Rastrick. Another old Rastrick pub dating back to the 1800s it always seemed to have a good following from the locals, at one time I used to go here quite a lot to play cards, I remember coming out at closing time one night to find the car park and my car covered in snow, as the car park had a slight slope off the road it took a load of locals to get me going so again, it was the last time I ever used the car park, I remember it was a nice cosy type of pub. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The Greyhound.

This was up Crowtrees Lane, where it joins with Delf Hill at the double mini roundabout Rastrick. This has only closed since around 2017 ish and is thought to be still connected with drinks and possible food?

 

The George. Rastrick Sorry not much known about this pub? Maybe you can help out?

 

The George.  At the corner of Commercial Street & Old Bradford Road, thought to be built in the 1800s this very large impressive pub is the flag ship pub of Brighouse, it stands proud on one of the busiest corners in the Town and has always enjoyed a excellent footfall of shoppers, workers and social customers, a long time ago it got a bit of a reputation for the yob element with fights often spilling out on to the roads, luckily this is in the past and now seems to welcome a more family orientated type of customer. It’s a while since I visited this pub but it was always as impressive inside as outside, I am sure you will be made most welcome at this town centre pub. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.  


Hare & Hound Hipperholme.on the Brighouse & Denholme Gate Road, This Pub & Eating Place has been a popular place for as long as I can remember. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Hare and Hounds. Oak’s Green, Rastrick Sorry not much known about this pub? Maybe you can help out?

 

Horse and Jockey. This was thought to be up Halifax Road area of John King above Waterloo Road

Hop and Hide. Wakefield Road Lightcliffe Sorry not much known about this pub? Maybe you can help out?

Jeremys at the Boat House. (off) Mill Lane Brighouse. Sorry Not Much Know About This Modern Establishment?

Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Joiners Arms. 

 

Hove Edge was opposite Half House Lane? The premises has since been a Greengrocer and Post Office and is now a private house, if you look closely you can still see the remaining lintels where the extra doors and windows were?

 

The Junction. Ogden Lane, Rastrick Sorry not much known about this pub? Maybe you can help out?

 

Lane Ends. Inn. Norwood Green? Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Lane Head Hotel & Venue. Halifax Road Lane Head. This has been a popular venue for events and special occasions for a number of years. Please let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The Lower George. Raw Lane/Jumble Dyke, Rastrick.

 

Malt Shovel.

Wakefield Road Brighouse. I do vaguely remember this pub and I am sure I delivered their milk many years ago, not sure but I think it was near the Robin Hood? Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Manchester’s Arms. Briggate Thought to have been near the Bow Window? May have had a different name for a period before it was pulled down. Sorry not much known about this pub? Maybe you can help out?

 

Market Tavern. Good to see a new Pub on the block in what I think was a building connected to the famous Brayshaw’s Pork Pies Yum Yum? Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Martins Nest.

This large impressive pub stood for years as a land mark on Bradford Road in a triangle with Smithy Carr Lane and Cross Street, before it was first modernised it had a large stable block to the Bradford side of the pub, this came in handy if you were waiting for a Bus as you could shelter in this open fronted stable.

 

The Masons Arms. Elland Road Brighouse thought to be at the start of Elland Road as you leave Briggate. Is reputed to have several name including The Footballer’s Rest

 

Mellor’s Inn. Greenhead Lane, Rastrick. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Millers Bar. This was the former Black Swan (Mucky Duck)? Before it’s facelift with a nice garden area next to the Canal in lower Briggate. This is one of the oldest Brighouse pubs built in the 1800s with a history dating back to when it was a three story building and called The Old Black Swan with a block of houses where the car park is now located. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Neptune Arms. Brookfoot. Thought to be at the junction of the Southowram  Brookfoot Lane as it forks off to Elland Road? Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The New Inn. (The Beck) Bradford Road. This has been a guest beer type pub for a number of years, if I remember correctly it is a bit of a Tardis only looking small but very long away from the frontage?  Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The Odd Fellows. Bradford Road. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Old Pond. Hove Edge. Another very old Brighouse pub it always had a good number of locals along with their own football team kept this pub going when others struggled, We used to go every week for our low priced lunch which was always good value for the money, but have not been in for a number of years so don’t know the current situation. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The Old Pack Horse.

 

On the corner of Highmoor Lane and Halifax Road Hartsed. This was successfully run by a couple from Newcastle and it was popular and very rare to get a table without booking or queuing. What a shame that this once great pub has just been pulled down (April 2019) to build more houses? This was another large impressive landmark pub and restaurant, standing proud at the crossroads opposite, (This great building has now been pulled down what a shame).

 

The Old Ship Inn. See Prince of Wales Bethel Street

 

‘The (New) Pack Horse’ Halifax Road Hartsed. (which was actually the oldest of the two pubs). Always seems busy and now they do a selection of home cooked meals with daily specials. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

 

The Pear Tree. Norwood Green. Another popular pub in this quaint little village that has two pubs but no shops or take-away’s, this pub was at one time run by a former staff from the Lightcliffe White Horse don’t know if they are still there? Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.  

 

The Punch Bowl Hotel.

 

Bailiff Bridge Crossroads. The Punch Bowl Hotel (1813) formally called ‘The Bailiff Bridge Inn’ this large imposing building stands in the heart of the village on the corner of Wakefield Road as it Joins Bradford Road and used to be the focal point of the village with many old photos showing the locals standing outside the pub watching the trams go by. Many workers used to call at the pub for a drink before making their way home after a hard day’s work in the mill. Now a Pest Control Companies Main Office.

 

The Prince of Wales. on Bethel Street Reputed to be built out of an old ships structure? Originally called The Tap & Spike then was rebuilt in 1927 and renamed ‘The Price of Wales’ following the timber that was used in the rebuilding of the pub which was reputed to have come from the old timber battle ship HMS Donegal which was built in the 1800s, later to be called the Old Ship, The The Ship Inn, This was another pub I delivered Milk to although it never really appealed to me as in those days it was a bit dark and a bit of a miss match, although a recent visit it was more welcoming. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The Prince Albert. Commercial Street Brighouse. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Prince Albert. St Martin’s View Formally known as The Pop Inn which may have been a nickname, it is also thought have had the name of ‘The New Inn’ also the name of the street is thought to have change from New Street at one point? Along with St John’s View. This long standing Pub dates back to the 1800s and at one time was a popular venue for the Irish lads to gather with their horse and carts outside while they enjoyed a pint or two of the local Webster’s Dark Mild as I remember they used to like. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The Rawson Arms. 

Elland Road on the Elland Boundary this great little cosy detached pub was a very popular watering hole until the breathalyzer that more or less killed its trade over night, after it closed Knowles Pipe Works Bought the pub and uses it now for their offices.

 

The Red Lion. (Thornhill Arms) Thornhills Lane Rastrick. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Wyke Lion. (Formally The Red Lion with Ruby’s in between) Know Locally as Hell Fire Pub, attributed to this Dangerous Wyke Crossroads, where the A641 Crosses with the A58 Leeds & Whitehall Road and known as ‘Hell Fire Corner’. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The Red Rooster

(Formerly called The Wharf Inn) situated on the Hairpin Bend at Brookfoot at the edge of the A6025 Elland Road. This slightly elevated pub was very popular at one time with all the mill workers along with some locals, with changes to peoples life styles and the closing of the big mills this former Webster’s drinking hole The Wharf struggled to survive even with its specialist brews and home brews and even a new name it still found it hard to survive and the last news May 2020 it has closed its doors?

 

The Ring of  Bells. (Formerly The Staff of Life) This former town centre pub was on Commercial Street (near where Boots now stands although at one time Boots was on the corner with Market Street) and it backed on to the old bus station only a few doors from the ‘The Wellington Arms’ before this area was redeveloped to the Wellington Arcade and before the Bus Station moved to its current location which has been a total disaster for all to say the least. I used to deliver milk here in the late 60s and left my milk truck in the bus station at the back of this pub while I delivered to a few local customers. Nice landlord always gave me a gill on a Monday lunchtime when I called for my money.

 

Ring ‘O’ Bells. Lillands Lane, Rastrick. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Rising Sun. Bridge End Rastrick. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

Robin Hood. which was across the road again from the Stott’s Arms in Wakefield road which has made way for a new supermarket. used to deliver milk here in the late 60s. Always seemed a dark pub inside.

 

The Rock Tavern.

Top of Upper Edge, Dewsbury Road on the boundary of Elland/Rastrick/Ainley Top, only small inside if my memory serves me correctly, used to meet up here to go to other places on a pub crawl, thought to be a private dwelling now?

 

Huddersfield Road/Mill Lane Brighouse. not much known about this pub?

 

The Royal Oak. Commercial Street. Brighouse. not much known about this pub?

 

Royal Oak. 

Top of the Lower Edge on the edge of Rastrick? This former pub was a very popular pub with Disco, Live Combo Music, bar meals and a large car park made it very popular which all changed with the introduction of the breathalyser as most of their customers came by car, it is now 1 or 2 private houses.

 

The Round House. 

at the end of King Street in the 60/70s they had a Parrot which was on the end of the bar greeting the customers with some very strong language, at the time many of the customers just came to see the Parrot and attempted to teach it some new words to add to its growing choice swear words, any newcomers were often greeted with “Hello what the **** do you want” most of them were at times very shocked and not seeing the Parrot would either walked out or say “I am sorry I just wanted a pint of Best Please,” the former pub is now a Solicitor? I used to deliver milk here in the late 60s and even in those days it was never very busy for the size of the pub.

 

The Sportsman. Birds Royd Lane. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Sportsman. Hipperholme Sorry not much known about this pub?.

 

Stag & Pheasant. Bethel Street/Park Street, Brighouse thought to be on the corner where a Hairdresser now stands? Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Star.

 

Bridge end Rastrick this pub is currently closed so watch this space as we hope it may reopen? What a shame I remember they had a long shed at the side of the pub and the local Bird Fanciers Club used to show their small animals and birds. It is the oldest surviving pub in Rastrick built in 1694 as a coaching house it was a Tetley’s tied Pub for many years who bought it in 1879, as you come down from Rastrick the pub almost looks like it was carved into the hillside.(2020 Another Pub on its way to be developed by the look of things)

 

Stott’s Arms.

 

Across the road from the Round House now in the centre of an island which is now home for a sandwich shop along with other businesses. I used to deliver milk here in the late 60s, I remember it always seemed a bit of an upmarket pub?

 

Swan Tavern. Brighouse. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

The Sun Inn Lightcliffe. This pub has had a few ups and downs in past although seems to be on the right track now with their current owner who I am informed also have ‘The Hare & Hounds at Hipperholme’ it stands opposite the ‘Old Bell Tower’ at Lightcliffe old Cemetery and next to the ‘Old Cliff Hill Mansion’ at one time it was a small pub with several adjoining cottages that now have become part of this popular Pub & Restraint. A friend of mine lived near and used this as his local complete with his own jug and stool, I used to call in whenever I was passing as you always got a warm welcome from Butch the landlord and his wife and her sister. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Sun Dial Inn. Bottom of Parsonage Lane, in front of the Bethel Chapel almost imposing it presence up on the chapel standing behind, the council refused to re-licence the pub so this was the final nail in the coffin for this strange pub, Brighouse. Sorry not much known about this pub?

 

Thornhill Arms. Church Street, Rastrick. Built in 1822 as ‘the Red Lion’ although like many pubs in those days lost their licence so by renaming the pub with a different licensee they could normally get a new licence. Not much known about this pub? Was at one time a residential nursing home.

 

The Tannery. Hipperholme (see Cock ‘O’ The North)

 

Tanhouse Inn. Tanhouse I remember going to a garage (Tanhouse Motors) owned by a friend (Eric Williams) and we would pop in this pub next to his garage but I cannot find any reference to this pub ever existing? I know there is the Travellers across the road but as I remember it was a very small pub not like the big Travellers? Please help me out if you know. Tanhouse Lane, Hipperholme

 

The Tip Inn. Atlas Mill Lane, you will have all seen this if you have been to the Brighouse Recycleing Centre (TIP)

 

The Travellers. Tanhouse Hipperholme. Looks a nice pub but I don’t think I have been in this pub? Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

Veatures. 11 OwlerIngs Road, Brighouse. Sorry not much known about this pub? Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it may be closed? Dec 2020.

 

 

The Vulcan Inn.

Foundry Street, off Birds Royd Lane. Not much known about this pub, although it’s still standing?

 

The Wellington Hotel. This was a town centre pub standing on the corner of Briggate with Commercial Street, following its closure it was pulled down and a small memorial garden was built at the end as a tribute to the landlords late wife? where the pub once stood and is still in place today? I used to deliver milk here in the late 60s Also the new shopping area was named after this pub ‘Wellington Arcade’.

 

The Old White Beare. (Ye-Old White Bear) Norwood Green. At one time I was in a vintage car club and we used to take our classic cars to the monthly meets at this upmarket pub. Sometimes we would have a meal but it just was not my cup of tea so to speak, although that was many years ago. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The White Horse.

Rastrick Common, opposite Millers Oils, although it is still standing and the faded sign is still partly visible but, it does look like it has closed? I used to come to this once busy pub years ago as the landlord used to have a pub under the famous Wainhouse Tower in Halifax where I used to go at one time, Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records

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Hipperholme Traffic Lights, Always looks to me like a drinker’s type of pub. It’s many years since I visited? Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The White Horse. Lightcliffe. on the A58 Leeds & Whitehall Road at one time this was one of my regular places for a meal although it is a few years since I last visited, I am sure it still looks after their customers. Please Let us know if this is your establishment so we can update our records? We think it is normally open Dec 2020.

 

The White Swan. 

Opposite the George on the corner with Bradford Road & Commercial Street ‘Now Lloyd’s Bank’ which moved from where Sainsburys Car Park is Now.

 

The Woodlands Hotel.

Down Birds Royd Lane, this pub was at one time in the heart of Brighouse Engineering hub not sure if this is still open please let me know?

Please will anybody who has some old photos or memories of old pubs or anything else for that matter please get in touch? Also if you own or work in any of these establishments and would like to correct your details maybe add a photo or a bit of the pubs history, whether it’s open or closed I would be very grateful, please e-mail details to ab@clickontrade.com Thanks Brian