Tavern Trails

Wed, Aug 15th 2018 at 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Liverpool


A night not to be missed. A guided walking tour of some of Liverpool's historic hostelries, followed by a meal. Exact start times to follow.

This attraction has a 5 star rating on Trip Advisor -  click here to see the reviews

(We last did this some 2 years ago and had a great night out)

Our tour guides Steve and Alan will be taking us to 4 traditional and historic pubs within the Liverpool City center (different pubs from last time). They will be regaling us with historical facts, stories, legends and anecdotes regarding statues, buildings and sites along the way.

We will finish at Ma Boyles for a bite to eat and a final pint or two. 

NB…We are subject to a max number of …20 

So first come first served. 

Email, text or ring John Neale ASAP. 

The cost will be £13 per person, collected in CASH on the night (cost of transport and booze will be down to you) and includes a meal at Ma Boyles.

We will meet at Moorfields station, upper level by bike shed (not behind the bike shed which a lot of you will be used to) at 6.35 ish.

Train from Southport at 5.59pm will get you there just in time.

We will need to pre-order the food, so let me know which you prefer either…

Fish and Chips……Bangers and mash……or…..Steak and ale pie………………..Let me know soonest.

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