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Fellows Morton and Clayton, Nottingham

Fellows Morton and Clayton
54 Canal Street
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG1 7EH
England
  Tel: 0115 950 6795
Web: Fellows Morton and Clayton

Added: 2/9/2012
Modified: 2/9/2012 1:01:51 PM

Written By Paul Privy

Description:
The pub takes it's name from the famous Midlands Canal Company which were based near by to the pub.

The company which the pub takes it name was started in 1837 when James Fellows, an agent for a canal carrier, decided to start his own company. James was 32 and based in West Bromwich. His first boat was called "Providence". In January 1839 he was allowed toll credit on the Warwick and Napton Canal as his boats were working down to London so frequently. He expanded rapidly and moved his operation to Toll End in Tipton in 1841. His business was as a "Railway & Canal Carrier" even though his rail activities were minor. James died in 1854 aged 49, and his widow Eliza carried on the business until their son Joshua was old enough to be an official partner.

A great pub in here. The pub is a fantastic real ale pub. Try the pubs own brand beer - James Fellows' Legacy. It is named after James Fellows, the man who started it all in 1837.

In addition they usually have another 7-8 traditional ales on tap. Regular's include Nottingham Brewery, Mallards, London Pride, Timothy Taylor Landlord, Sharpe's Doombar, Black Sheep, St Austell's, Otter Ale, York Guzzler, Caythorpe Brewery, Adnams.

Good food menu. Clientele in here tend to be upper market type, but a great crowd anyhow.

Now the loos.

The toilets here are located to the back of the pub, up some stairs.

The ladies are on the right. The gents are located to the left next door to the pubs own brewery room, super!!

The loos are not to bad in here, but not the best around!!

On offer are one metal p*ss trough and one cubicle. A quick look in the cubicle to reveal a simple toilet bowel, wooden toilet seat and white toilet brush. I wasn't impressed by the dirty pipe that leads down the side. Half sized doors in here again, so blokes walking in can see you doing your business.

Simple sink area, two wash basins, two wall mirrors, soap dispenser and a hand dryer. All worked well on our visit.

Overall fairly decent loos.

The pub is def worth a visit for a few beers and a catch up with your mates.

7/10.






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