A great evening of music and fun at the Prince of Wales tonight!


The Prince of Wales – a cracking and renowned local pub that’s under new management.

Jennie Horton has been in touch, she’s the new manager at the Prince of Wales in Brownhills, just up on the A5 Watling Street, on the corner with Chapel Street – it’s a great little pub.

Jennie asked if I’d publicise the events she’s got going on and I’m happy to do so – I’m all in favour of supporting local pubs and businesses as regulars will know.

Jennie wrote:

Hi Bob

My name is Jennie and have recently taken over the manager’s position at the prince of wales Brownhills and would really appreciate if you could add some of the events we have coming up on your Brownhills Bob blog.

I’ve been in since the 1st of February and I think the key is entertainment and trying to get little groups to use the pub in the day as a meeting place.

With that in mind tonight (Thursday 25th February 2016) we’ve got Throw-Back Thursday with singer and musician Clive who’ll be doing numbers from the 60s and 70s and inviting the audience to sing along – there will also be the chance to win prizes in our Spin the Wheel game.

Cheers for your help

This sounds like great fun, so if you fancy a relaxed evening with great beer and company, why not pop in? I haven’t been in the Prince for years and I’ll certainly be making a special effort to pay it a visit.

Best wishes to Jennie and all the folk at the Prince.

Meanwhile, if you have a business, pub or function going on in the local area you think readers may be interested in, please do drop me a line and I’ll do my best to help. BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com. Cheers.


Sounds like a great evening!

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1 Response to A great evening of music and fun at the Prince of Wales tonight!

  1. Ade Reid says:

    My local many years ago when I lived in Chapel Avenue.Derek Morris was the gaffer in those days.A proper locals drinking pub then with a really good community spirit.Not many drinkers pubs about today (but times change I suppose).I wish Jennie all the best in her new venture..

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