Loyal trooper South Anston Photograph

Photography Anston, Dinnington, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, North Nottinghamshire and UK

The Loyal Trooper at South Anston is looking the best it has looked for some time from the outside following a refit.  However, a chain has taken it over and turned it more into a food place and removed much of the old traditional interior.  The public house is now much more sterile.  At one bit it had a Lounge, Taproom and a Games room on the back.

As a family,  we used to walk up there in the early 70’s on a Sunday evening.  I was only allowed a bottle of pop and a bag of crisps as I was well under age.

The public house was said to have links with the English civil war.  A battle is said to have been fought on Butcher’s orchard, which used to exist on the other side of the A57 and is now a housing estate.

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