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Bird i'th Hand

1 Wigan Road

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MondayNoon - Midnight
TuesdayNoon - Midnight
WednesdayNoon - Midnight
ThursdayNoon - Midnight
FridayNoon - 1.00 am
SaturdayNoon - 1.00 am
SundayNoon - Midnight

About the Pub

The Bird I’th Hand is a large traditional old pub with wooden beamed ceilings in the central main area; situated on the edge of the town centre of Hindley, near Wigan, having a car park at the rear and a beer garden with under cover smoking area. The site has excellent accessibility being close to bus and rail links and is nearby a densely populated areas which consist of mixed demographics. The pub is a great community local, serving cask ales, back bar food snacks, Sky sports, offers weekly entertainment of a DJ on a Friday night and hosts a quiz on a Thursday night and has good value pricing and free Wi-Fi. Inside the pub, it is split into different areas: Commercial Room, with Sky TV and darts – which is where other pub games are played; The main bar with central servery with another TV, two other areas off this, the lounge area with another TV and the games room with a pool table. Within the pub there are photographs of how the pub used to look in years gone by, plus prior to the refurbishment a sign on the outside of the pub had these words “IN EVERY TOWN, THE INN OR TAVERN HAS A LONG HISTORY, OFTEN AS OLD AS THE ORIGINAL HAMLET ITSELF. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE BIRD I’TH HAND, BUILT IN 1607 REVEALS THAT IT WAS A COACHING HOUSE. IT IS ONE OF THE OLDEST BUILDINGS IN HINDLEY, HENCE ITS LISTED BUILDING STATUS AND BOASTS A HAUNTED SEAT SOMEWHERE IN THE VAULT, WHICH HAS REPUTEDLY BEEN USED AS A MORGUE AT SOME POINT"

2 Beers are Rotating from the Heineken Range

Historic Interest

Built in the 1600's.

Regular cask ales

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Changing cask ales

This pub serves 2 changing beers.

Changing beers typically include:

  • Robinsons Dizzy Blonde
  • Wychwood Hobgoblin Ruby

Heineken Range.

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  • RealAle Real Ale Available


  • Garden Garden
  • Parking Parking

    Car park to the rear.

  • FamilyFriendly Family Friendly
  • Games Traditional Pub Games


  • LiveMusic Live Music

    DJ every Friday.

  • Smoking Smoking Area
  • SportsTV Sports TV


  • WiFi Wifi

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Bird i'th Hand

1 Wigan Road

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53.533918, -2.581358


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Bird i'th Hand - Hindley

Bird i'th Hand

1 Wigan Road

Pub Features

  • Real Ale Available
  • Garden
  • Parking
  • Family Friendly
  • Traditional Pub Games
  • Live Music
  • Smoking Area
  • Sports TV
  • Wifi
  • Close to Bus Routes
  • Close to Railway Station

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