OPEN MIC / FOLK NIGHT
Fri 1st : Brassneck
Fri 8th : Johnny Rooster
Fri 15th : Forgotten Sons
Fri 22nd : Joe Gallagher's Noise
Sun 24th:Gilly’s Memorial
Fri 29th : Blues Hat
Fri 5th : Cover Up
Fri 12th : Wrecked
Fri 19th : Subliminals
Fri 26th : Alcatraz
Tucked away in Waterside, at the bottom of perhaps Colne’s steepest hill, The Admiral Lord Rodney has been a name synonymous with Colne for a long long time; everybody’s heard of The Rodney. Following a decline, which culminated in the pub coming up for sale, local man and pub regular Brian saw an opportunity to make this local pub better, and took it.
Now, after a full refurb, which includes brand new toilets and a beer garden with views over leafy Waterside, we’re ready to welcome regulars and new faces alike, for what we hope will be the best beer in town. The Admiral Lord Rodney epitomises what a local pub should be. Our fantastic selection of quality drinks, including several real ales on tap, a relaxed setting, and team of friendly staff makes the Rodney the perfect place for that perfect pint.
The focus at the Rodney has been, and will continue to be real ale, something we’re definitely passionate about. We have seven ever changing real ales on tap, and have plans to add two more at weekends in the near future. We work closely with smaller brewers so be it an old favourite, or something new you’ve yet to try we hope to be able to offer you a pint that’s just that little bit special. We promise to never pull a pint we wouldn’t drink ourselves.
The Admiral Lord Rodney epitomises what a local pub should be. Our fantastic selection of quality drinks, including several real ales on tap, a relaxed setting, and team of friendly staff makes the Rodney the perfect place for that perfect pint.
We welcome your four-
If walking is more your thing, then why not lace up your boots for the Castercliff walk, which begins at The Admiral Lord Rodney. This short varied walk takes you from theindustrial age to the Iron Age in just a few miles, the summit being the Iron Age fort of Castercliff, thought to date from between 580 BC and 440 BC. This walk is part of an eight circular walk pack which you can buy from Discover PendleCentre at Boundary Mill, Colne, by calling (01282) 856186 or from the Pendle Heritage Centre in Barrowford.