Heatherlea Guest House
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As we approached Wilmslow (where Lisa´s parents live and where the wedding was held) you could see the marque from about a mile away! It was as big as Old Trafford, slight exaggeration but it was very big!! That evening I stayed at Lisa´s parents as there was a slight mix up in my booking at the hotel, but before we could get stuck into a couple of beers it was ...
... Viv. I have to admit that none of it rang any bells, but it may be that we only went there once, and pubs do change over 45 years. It is an oddity of English pub life that out of the way places get good business while those in villages suffer from lack of interest from the locals. The Smithy is not that far from Macclesfield, a large town, but is still isolated with no real local population to support it.