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Oliver's Bar - Ashton under Lyne

39 Bow Street, Ashton under Lyne, OL6 6BU.

Forever in my mind The Cavern.

So called because of its almost unique underground setting.

Qualified on the exterior street level by the fabulous concentric angular relief, drawing you into a vortex of limitless subterranean fun. 77 more words

Architecture

FlinterFile: The Honeycombs- Have I The Right?

In 1964, the Honeycombs scored a big hit with their debut. The song was produced by the famous Joe Meek, and written by Ken Howard and Alan Blaikley. 75 more words

Song Of The Day

The Beau Geste - Ashton under Lyne

160 Katherine Street, Ashton under Lyne, OL6 7AE.

Built and opened in 1967 as part of the redevelopment of the town centre and the opening of the brand new shopping precinct, the Beau has survived more or less intact. 116 more words

Architecture

Peg's Lantern - Ashton under Lyne

148 St Alban’s Avenue, Ashton under Lyne, OL6 8TU.

Opening in 1968 as Peg’s Lantern, to serve the new St Alban’s Estate, on an area of almost green between Ashton and Oldham, subsequently becoming known as Peg’s Tavern and latterly The Waterhouse. 105 more words

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