The trail is designed for the more mature person who is wanting a jolly day with friends, we don’t advise trying to reach every pub on the trail, that’s rather a full day on the bus, but rather selecting a few pubs that take your fancy.
Frequently asked questions
How much are tickets online? £20.75 pp (online), £20pp (in the pub)
What time does it start & finish? 11 am to 10pm.
Where do I buy a ticket from? Here or at your local pub.
When do I need to catch the bus? Whenever you want between 11 am and 10pm. A timetable will be available, but usually every 45 minutes a bus will appear at a pub. If you want to miss it and get the next one, you can do. Just leave enough time to get to all the pubs you want to visit.
Where do I catch the bus? From all participating pubs.
What do I do when I want to go home? No problem. Jump on the bus to take you back to where you started.
Can I drink on the bus too? Nope. The bus is just for transport and singing not for drinking.
Can I go back the way I came? Err no. The bus travels in one direction only.
Shall I visit all of the pubs? We recommend picking a few pubs that strike your fancy. The trail isn’t about getting to every pub – it isn’t a pub crawl! The trail is designed for you to spend quality time in 3 or 4 pubs you may never have visited before.
What happens if a bus doesn’t come? There is always lots of buses on route, there is never not a bus. One will always turn up.
Is there a timetable? Yes on Facebook, Twitter and at each venue 1 week before the trail.
Can my dog come too? Umm its not a great place for pooches, they are best left at home due to the amount of people on the events, it can be a tad overwhelming for them.
Can my child come on the trail? No!
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