Wallace Hartley35-37 Church Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Re-opens on the 4th of July. See website for details.
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Named after the bandmaster of the ill-fated Titanic, born in Colne, who continued to play his violin as the ship went down. The building was built as a pub in the 1920s but has changed over the years, first in the 1960s, later becoming a Greek restaurant, then opening in 2008 as a Wetherspoon. The wood panelled interior is split into a number of seating areas and offers a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. en cask beers are usually available including local and regional brewers such as Moorhouses, Worsthorne, Elland, Ilkley and of course Titanic. The history of both Wallace Hartley and old Colne decorate the walls. Close to the bus station and a short uphill walk from the railway station.
Pendle Cider Pub of the Year 2020