In order to maintain our identity as a pub, rather than a restaurant masquerading as a pub, food was not served on Saturday or Sunday evenings in those days.

Out of this eccentricity was born the Pork Pie Appreciation Society in 1983: On Saturday afternoons a group of then young men attended a local gym. One of the chaps always brought with him a snack and caused the rest to salivate by eating it in front of them. Eventually, they could tolerate this no more and asked Tim if they could bring in a pork pie for each of them. Rather than lose a dozen thirsty lads, of course Tim acquiesced and the boys soon learned that some pork pies were more equal than others. The rest, as they say, is history.

The Old Bridge Inn
Priest Lane
West Yorkshire