Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by Pony UTD » Tue Aug 19, 2008 8:40 am

No mate, Steve. He is in the horse racing game Next time I'm over there I'll introduce myself. :thup:

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by mansfields1964 » Thu Aug 28, 2008 12:53 pm

3pm Saturday - looks like the Blackburn game will be available (for private viewing).

All other Sky and Setanta games available as well.

Ales: Youngs 3.7%, Slaters Top Totty 4.0%, Whippets of the Caribbean 4.8%.
Bushels Cider 6% (bring a friend to walk you home)
All your favourite draughts, Carlsberg, Fosters, Stella, San Miguel, Strongbow, Guinness.
Bottles: Erdinger Weiss, Fruli Stawberry Beer, Bud, Becks, Corona.

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by mansfields1964 » Tue Oct 28, 2008 5:19 pm

Wednesday October 29th, 19.45 Man Utd vs West Ham (Sky game is Arsenal vs T*ttenham which will also be on)

Ales - Stairway to Heaven (5.0) Spitfire (4.5) Greene King IPA (3.7) - coming soon Chiltern Brewery 'Cropredy Bridge' (4.0) and Silverstone Brewery 'PitStop' (3.8) both local to Buckingham.

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by Ben » Mon Dec 01, 2008 12:25 pm

are you showing the game tonight sir?

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by mansfields1964 » Mon Dec 01, 2008 6:46 pm

Oh yes, the game will be on and also next week (but I won't be there as I have tickets)

See you there!

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by Ben » Tue Dec 02, 2008 11:29 am

didnt make it in the end but thanks for the pm :thup:

im going next week too but should see you at the pub soon!

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by philipavard159 » Sat Dec 06, 2008 11:48 pm

Is your car park big enough for an artic?

Is there any weight limits or low bridges to concern myself about if im in the area?

Most importantly, would you mind a 60' wagon parked outside your pub?

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by mansfields1964 » Sun Dec 07, 2008 6:33 pm

We have an HGV limit on the road we are in, but you can park round the corner OK. We often have Latvian artic drivers attempt to come down our road but they soon give up and have to reverse painfully slowly!

You could borrow a moped instead. ..

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Post by Kensington » Sat Dec 13, 2008 9:55 am

Bitter 'n' Twisted wrote:I'll key it in to my Sat-Nav.
If I'm ever close I'll call in mate. :thup:

Sat navs are for poofs! Reply to your PM young man.

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by mansfields1964 » Sat Dec 27, 2008 10:32 am

West Ham v Stoke Sunday December 28th 2pm

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by hammer_lad » Tue May 05, 2009 3:22 pm

I went to this pub on saturday afternoon as i had to be in milton keynes, so i popped in.

Its a nice old village pub (there is the west ham mirror in the corner he weren't lying!!)

Landlady was excellent, choice of ales, lagers and ciders was top notch and if i am in the area again i will pop in.

also the locals dont do that thing where they stare at you when you walk in - a big plus point!!!

good pub. :crest:

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by 10 Iron » Fri May 29, 2009 1:34 pm

Top Man , in Northampton, have added site as a favourite, have you thought about posting in general discussion, Will definately be popping in. Getting to Upton Park by Motor is a nightmare.


See you Soon :D

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by mansfields1964 » Mon Oct 05, 2009 11:36 am

UKRAINE - ENGLAND GAME 8th OCTOBER

I have booked this game and will be showing it on two screens.

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Post by the pink palermo » Fri Oct 09, 2009 3:00 pm

Barking Boy wrote:Can't believe it, used to drink there as a 17 year old back in 1980, it was a popular pub with the younger crowd until we moved to the Barrel and then the Junction.
mansfields1964 wrote:The Mitre seems to have had the 'younger drinkers' reputation for decades! You may already know that the Barrel was made into a restaurant many years ago, first Italian and now Indian (the Fort) and the Junction has had the latest of its many refurbs and has a huge decking area out the back. I think you'll find the Mitre basically unchanged . .
Utterly true .

Used to have a boarding school at the top of the hill , the mitre was the nearest pub we could hear the school bell from when they were rounding us up of an evening
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A pint of Ben was the order of the day back in 1980 .

How bizzare - Villiers was starting to grab a bit of trade then , but for me you couldn't beat a pint of Carlsberg in the three cups .

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Post by Pop Robson » Wed Oct 14, 2009 5:36 pm

the pink palermo wrote: A pint of Ben was the order of the day back in 1980 .
I miss a pint of Ben and those adverts on tv, still got a half price Ben glass at home

They used to do Ben in the Prince of Wales, 6 pints before a visit to Duncans

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by Ifcukin8chelsea » Fri Oct 23, 2009 8:53 am

Might have to show my face on Sunday i am in Milton Keynes so ain't that far! :thup:

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by mansfields1964 » Fri Oct 23, 2009 11:35 am

Ifcukin8chelsea wrote:Might have to show my face on Sunday i am in Milton Keynes so ain't that far! :thup:
I think we'll need all the support we can get . . look forward to seeing you!

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by Barking Boy » Mon May 14, 2012 9:22 pm

You still there Manfields? Might pop over Saturday if I can't get a ticket, see me mum in the morning like a good little boy and then pop down for the game.
Pink Palermo - are you in the area, are you going down there?

I went to that Boarding Schol at the top of the hill

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by mansfields1964 » Mon May 14, 2012 10:24 pm

Oh yes, still here.

No ticket for me either, so far. We should have a good few watching on Saturday in the Mitre.

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Re: Sport and Ale pub in Buckingham

Post by Barking Boy » Tue Feb 16, 2021 10:57 pm

Mansfield, are you still there? I was in Buckingham the other day doing some shopping for mum and normally take the back roads through town on the way home which takes me pass the Mitre, but went straight up Tingewick road instead, Wondered how you're coping through lockdown?

Had a chat with Pink Palermo the other day as we both went to the same school and both drank at the Mitre back in the 80's.

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