Royal Oak – what a transformation

RO1 RO2 RO3Another pub renovation almost completed in New Mills with the transformation of the Royal Oak and Market Street.

The all new Royal Oak has been totally transformed inside making lots more room for lots more people, enough space for regular live music and a kitchen to be proud of.

The Robinsons beer will be as good as ever and the banter you will get from Paul the landlord will be as old as ever.

Opening date is a well kept secret but it is very very soon.

Author: VNM

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  1. In the 1950s and 60s my grandparents were landlord and landlady at The Royal Oak in New Mills. I remember going to stay there for holidays. The pub was quite small with a bar from which led a ‘front room’ and a ‘snug’ to the right and a ‘tap room’ to the left. The private living room/kitchen could also be accessed from a door on the left. Just beyond the bar was a gents’ toilet on the right and a ladies’ to the left, also a staircase going up to the first floor which comprised the private living accommodation and also one function room. They used to cater for wedding receptions at 7/6d per head – ham salad and trifle. Evenings were quite lively with customers singing around the bar and you could always hear the clatter of dominoes and the thud of darts coming from the tap room. I imagine it’s changed a great deal today!

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