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Queens Arms

177 Stockport Road
Cheadle
SK8 2DP

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Premises Status

This pub is permanently closed. Demolished 22/11/2019. Closed 6/1/2018 with a view to redevelopment.

Owner

Robinsons Brewery

About the Pub

Demolished 22/11/2019. Closed 6/1/2018 and the site to be sold off for a new use by owners, Robinsons Brewery; at the same time licensee, Dennis Davies moved to the nearby Printers Arms. As of Feb 2019 a Planning Application DC/072346 was submitted for the proposed redevelopment of the site to include demolition of the existing property and erection of 68 Bedroom Care Home with associated landscaping, car park and access. The Application could be found here: http://planning.stockport.gov.uk/PlanningData-live/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PM91N6PJGD400&activeTab=summary. History: Refurbished at some expense in late 2007 from a rather tired old pub to a modern one which added another room, catering facilities, and more up-to-date features. An impressive L-shaped, slate-topped bar greeted you when you entered with two small rooms either side of the street entrance. To the side was a much larger room capable of accommodating a good number of drinkers and diners, while there was a lounge-cum-function room to the rear of that to give extra space. This was largely to good effect and it was smart, attractive and welcoming. This was down to the hard work of then tenant Dennis Davies who was working hard to restore the pub’s fortunes after what seemed to have been something of a troubled period. Dennis was an experienced and safe pair of hands. He’d run numerous pubs in the town over the past 20 years including amongst others the Crown, Great Moor; the Grapes, Heaton Norris, and then the Queens. He first came to the pub some years ago as a stand-in while Robinsons found a new tenant so he knew and liked the pub, and was aware of its potential, when the tenancy became available again. The kitchen was being put to good use with food being served every day from 12 noon until 6.30pm. The menu ranged across the board from pub staples, to an all-day breakfast and a mixed grill. Jackets, sandwiches and baguettes are available for those with smaller appetites. On Tuesday and Thursday you could get two meals for £10 which had to be a bargain. To keep you entertained there was live music (of the open mic or karaoke kind) on Fridays and Saturdays, along with pool and darts. Live sports TV.

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Queens Arms, Cheadle

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Queens Arms

177 Stockport Road
Cheadle
SK8 2DP

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53.396008, -2.203662

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