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The Brierfield Liberal Club wanted it put out that they are an away fan friendly Club,
only 10 minutes drive from Turf Moor. You can park for free and they'll organise a taxi
to the ground. A family friendly Club, pool, snooker, Sky Sports, hot and cold snacks,
cheap prices on beer and spirits.

Lib Club
Cross Street
Brierfield
Nelson
BB9 5PA

Tel : 07485 691619

Ring in advance if it's a coach party please.
The fella running the Club is well sound!
 
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The Brierfield Liberal Club wanted it put out that they are an away fan friendly Club,
only 10 minutes drive from Turf Moor. You can park for free and they'll organise a taxi
to the ground. A family friendly Club, pool, snooker, Sky Sports, hot and cold snacks,
cheap prices on beer and spirits.

Lib Club
Cross Street
Brierfield
Nelson
BB9 5PA

Ring in advance if it's a coach party please.
The fella running the Club is well sound!
sounds good that , cheers
 

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sounds good that , cheers
Belvedere & Calder Vale Sports club also handy for Turf Moor BB10 2LE ..behind the Oaks Hotel .Reedley .for anyone staying up before or after the match .They have Sky & BT sports , free pool .Open 4pm Fridays and 12 noon Saturdays with three bitters, and three lagers including Moretti on draught.Children welcome .
 
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Belvedere & Caldervale Sports club also handy for Turf Moor BB10 2LE ..behind the Oaks Hotel .Reedley .for anyone staying up before or after the match .They have Sky & BT sports , free pool .Open 4pm Fridays and 12 noon Saturdays with three bitters, and three lagers including Moretti on draught.Children welcome .

12 noon?!
its not a night game mate.
 

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Burnley Cricket Club is an excellent venue;right by the away end and their pies and chips are very highly rated by Lancashire League regulars who know their grub.Always been welcoming to all fans.The locals in the Club are friendly.You used to be able to park there as well,not sure if this is still the case.You would need to get there early for parking.
Incidentally,future Bees manager Tommy Lawton still holds the Burnley C. C. record for the most sixes hit in a League season.This was before the War.He was an outstanding player and could easily have joined Lancashire but his move to Everton ended that and he concentrated on his football career.
 

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Cricket club is great Lytham , though if weather not good it gets a bit crowded , home fans as well all friendly, you can park think it’s £7 but a nightmare to get out .Home club of James Anderson as well !
 

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Guide to Burnley if coming by train
via Leeds sadly it’s bus replacement from Hebden Bridge ..Hebden has loads of bars and cafes and is only thirty minutes from Burnley.As well as having a direct bus the Halifax bus.Their are several taxi firms who will run you to the ground and it won’t cost much if a few club together .
vis Manchester get the X43 bus from outside Cholton St bus depot 10 mins from Piccadilly , runs every 20 mins to Burnley journey approx 50 mins
via Preston , get train to Manchester Road
Arriving at Manchester Rd theirs a Greene King pub “ The Star “ and a Burger King across from it does basic food and you can get a pint , from here 15 minutes down the flyover walking to the ground or cross the road at the top of the flyover then right down the hill into the town.

The Cricket club next to the ground is the main away pub , parking is £7 and can take ages to get out if you watch the whole game.If the weather not great it gets very crowded but spreads over three floors .
Near the ground pubs tend to be home fans only and a little boisterous , the Royal Dyche, Turf Hotel, Park View , Vintage Claret and the Miners so better to avoid these.
In town for real ale the New Brew , Circ and the Bridge Bier house are best but all small and fill quickly but always good banter ,
If your with the missus or want a quiet drink try the Corkhouse, Williams ( the Lounge ) Fitzpatricks or the Palazzo all do food bar Williams.
Best breakfasts are at Bistro 197 at Towneley golf club on the road in from Hebden Bridge, Prairie sports village, Kingfisher bistro at Barden Marina, The mechanics but you need to book 01282 664400 there, and Finsley Gate Wharf the Wharf is a new place ( cards only ) if weather good loads of seating outside next to the canal also is a bar too from here about 12 minutes walk to the ground and JJs diner at the Dugdale Arms.
Their is a food court in the Market Hall up the steps which is as cheap as chips, and a great Italian Coffee shop Bellisima on Parker Lane just near the Wetherspoons which has won numerous awards , Barista coffee shop also does some food and has a guest outdoor area .
Other places for a quiet drink are The Kettledrum ( does food ) and Belvedere & Caldervale sports club has sky and Bt sports to watch the earlier game .
Their is one Wetherspoons “The Boot “ across from McDonalds but it fills quickly and feels a bit claustrophobic.
Parking Cricket ground already mentioned but terrible access better to have s pint in the Cricket club after and let the traffic die down, loads of off street parking , but fills fast.Towneley Park car park ten minute walk the cheapest, also a couple of Sipi car parks one across from the Police station on Parker Lane and one across from the sorting office £3-50 for 12 hours , plus a large multi storey in town same price.
 

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Guide to Burnley if coming by train
via Leeds sadly it’s bus replacement from Hebden Bridge ..Hebden has loads of bars and cafes and is only thirty minutes from Burnley.As well as having a direct bus the Halifax bus.Their are several taxi firms who will run you to the ground and it won’t cost much if a few club together .
vis Manchester get the X43 bus from outside Cholton St bus depot 10 mins from Piccadilly , runs every 20 mins to Burnley journey approx 50 mins
via Preston , get train to Manchester Road
Arriving at Manchester Rd theirs a Greene King pub “ The Star “ and a Burger King across from it does basic food and you can get a pint , from here 15 minutes down the flyover walking to the ground or cross the road at the top of the flyover then right down the hill into the town.

The Cricket club next to the ground is the main away pub , parking is £7 and can take ages to get out if you watch the whole game.If the weather not great it gets very crowded but spreads over three floors .
Near the ground pubs tend to be home fans only and a little boisterous , the Royal Dyche, Turf Hotel, Park View , Vintage Claret and the Miners so better to avoid these.
In town for real ale the New Brew , Circ and the Bridge Bier house are best but all small and fill quickly but always good banter ,
If your with the missus or want a quiet drink try the Corkhouse, Williams ( the Lounge ) Fitzpatricks or the Palazzo all do food bar Williams.
Best breakfasts are at Bistro 197 at Towneley golf club on the road in from Hebden Bridge, Prairie sports village, Kingfisher bistro at Barden Marina, The mechanics but you need to book 01282 664400 there, and Finsley Gate Wharf the Wharf is a new place ( cards only ) if weather good loads of seating outside next to the canal also is a bar too from here about 12 minutes walk to the ground and JJs diner at the Dugdale Arms.
Their is a food court in the Market Hall up the steps which is as cheap as chips, and a great Italian Coffee shop Bellisima on Parker Lane just near the Wetherspoons which has won numerous awards , Barista coffee shop also does some food and has a guest outdoor area .
Other places for a quiet drink are The Kettledrum ( does food ) and Belvedere & Caldervale sports club has sky and Bt sports to watch the earlier game .
Their is one Wetherspoons “The Boot “ across from McDonalds but it fills quickly and feels a bit claustrophobic.
Parking Cricket ground already mentioned but terrible access better to have s pint in the Cricket club after and let the traffic die down, loads of off street parking , but fills fast.Towneley Park car park ten minute walk the cheapest, also a couple of Sipi car parks one across from the Police station on Parker Lane and one across from the sorting office £3-50 for 12 hours , plus a large multi storey in town same price.
Thought Park view pub was for everyone?
Thanks for the tips 🍺🐝🐝🐝
 

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Guide to Burnley if coming by train
via Leeds sadly it’s bus replacement from Hebden Bridge ..Hebden has loads of bars and cafes and is only thirty minutes from Burnley.As well as having a direct bus the Halifax bus.Their are several taxi firms who will run you to the ground and it won’t cost much if a few club together .
vis Manchester get the X43 bus from outside Cholton St bus depot 10 mins from Piccadilly , runs every 20 mins to Burnley journey approx 50 mins
via Preston , get train to Manchester Road
Arriving at Manchester Rd theirs a Greene King pub “ The Star “ and a Burger King across from it does basic food and you can get a pint , from here 15 minutes down the flyover walking to the ground or cross the road at the top of the flyover then right down the hill into the town.

The Cricket club next to the ground is the main away pub , parking is £7 and can take ages to get out if you watch the whole game.If the weather not great it gets very crowded but spreads over three floors .
Near the ground pubs tend to be home fans only and a little boisterous , the Royal Dyche, Turf Hotel, Park View , Vintage Claret and the Miners so better to avoid these.
In town for real ale the New Brew , Circ and the Bridge Bier house are best but all small and fill quickly but always good banter ,
If your with the missus or want a quiet drink try the Corkhouse, Williams ( the Lounge ) Fitzpatricks or the Palazzo all do food bar Williams.
Best breakfasts are at Bistro 197 at Towneley golf club on the road in from Hebden Bridge, Prairie sports village, Kingfisher bistro at Barden Marina, The mechanics but you need to book 01282 664400 there, and Finsley Gate Wharf the Wharf is a new place ( cards only ) if weather good loads of seating outside next to the canal also is a bar too from here about 12 minutes walk to the ground and JJs diner at the Dugdale Arms.
Their is a food court in the Market Hall up the steps which is as cheap as chips, and a great Italian Coffee shop Bellisima on Parker Lane just near the Wetherspoons which has won numerous awards , Barista coffee shop also does some food and has a guest outdoor area .
Other places for a quiet drink are The Kettledrum ( does food ) and Belvedere & Caldervale sports club has sky and Bt sports to watch the earlier game .
Their is one Wetherspoons “The Boot “ across from McDonalds but it fills quickly and feels a bit claustrophobic.
Parking Cricket ground already mentioned but terrible access better to have s pint in the Cricket club after and let the traffic die down, loads of off street parking , but fills fast.Towneley Park car park ten minute walk the cheapest, also a couple of Sipi car parks one across from the Police station on Parker Lane and one across from the sorting office £3-50 for 12 hours , plus a large multi storey in town same price.
I’m not sure that Hebden Bridge is ready for an invasion of “chaps”!
 

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Ha ha to be fair it gets busy every weekend with day trippers from the surrounding cities , sampling the bars and doing crawls
 

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Is Hebden Bridge close to Biffins Bridge?
 

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Burnley Cricket Club is an excellent venue;right by the away end and their pies and chips are very highly rated by Lancashire League regulars who know their grub.Always been welcoming to all fans.The locals in the Club are friendly.You used to be able to park there as well,not sure if this is still the case.You would need to get there early for parking.
Incidentally,future Bees manager Tommy Lawton still holds the Burnley C. C. record for the most sixes hit in a League season.This was before the War.He was an outstanding player and could easily have joined Lancashire but his move to Everton ended that and he concentrated on his football career.
Maybe we could get Kew CC to give them a game beforehand?
 

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Not always flooded, a lot of money spent on flood defences, if you hear a siren then run as flooding imminent !..
 

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Parking in town centre a 16 minute from turf moor so avoid stadium traffic (to a degree) opposite the big Tesco. In case this helps here are pictures of prices and route.
 

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Sadly nocoat that car park fills up very quickly with normal Saturday traffic ..see above for car parks on Parker Lane opp Police Station and across from the sorting office
 

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Sadly nocoat that car park fills up very quickly with normal Saturday traffic ..see above for car parks on Parker Lane opp Police Station and across from the sorting office
How about the car park in Townley Park?
 
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