The Shoulder of Mutton Public House, Bletchley

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The Shoulder of Mutton Public House on the junction of Buckingham Road and Newton Road, Bletchley. Date unknown.

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  • I used to live in St Johns Road on the Saints Estate just up from the Shoulder Of Mutton the last time i was there i left my Beer Stein behind the bar which was a common practice back inn the Mid 1960’s, I also used to frequent The Olde Swan just across the Road and worked fairly close by at The London Brick Company

    By Bob Pullen (21/12/2022)
  • I worked as a barmaid at the “new” Shoulder of Mutton from about 1967/68. Before I became a mum I had only worked in offices so this was completely different, oh how I loved it, using my head to add up a round of drinks, listening to them singing round the piano on a Saturday night, chatting to people of all kinds, truly happy times.

    By Carole Cobb (07/04/2020)
  • I too used to accompany my father to the shoulder of mutton and sat with the winkle man
    The Bowdens owned it then before chandlers stores
    My father who lived opposite sold his farden produce to the locals
    Frank Elliott

    By Frank Elliott (11/09/2017)
  • As a two/three year old in the mid 50s, my father would walk me down Newton Rd on a Subday and we would end up at the Shoulder of Mutton, where he would sit me on the piano in the bar, while he had a drink with his ftriends and someone would be playing the piano, when the old Shoulder of Mutton closed down, it’s location moved across the road and the new Shoulder of Mutton was opened.

    By jim hughes (21/06/2017)
  • A minor correction – if my memory serves the pub name was actually The Shoulder of Mutton, as in the cut of meat.

    By Jean (11/10/2014)

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