After the quick break the men stroll back into the skittle alley
to carry on their game at the Park Conservative Club in Cardiff's City Road.
The mezzanine level even has the North East's only full-size skittle alley
, which he bought from a firm in Wolverhampton, shipped North and pieced together himself.
, beat the bleep and a six-hole golf course ?
A TINY village pub has been voted the best in Britain by judges who were bowled over by its skittle alley
and brilliant beer.
Despite drizzle, scores of visitors packing into enjoy a range of stalls and attractions manned by residents and parishioners, including a skittle alley
, hooka-duck contest, cake stall, bring-and-buy, plant stall, tombola, book stall, raY=e and home-made teas and cakes.
The Newcastle, the UK's largest listed residential landlord, wants to sell the estate, which includes Moor Pool Hall, tennis courts, a bowling green, skittle alley
, fishing pond, shops and other facilities, to the local Heritage Trust.
The pub also boasts its own skittle alley
, a separate dining room and a patio drinking area leading to a large garden round the back.
Dotted around its 70 acres, Kennacott offers a mini-golf course, two all-weather tennis courts, a football pitch, a 15-acre nature walk, a purpose-built sports barn for badminton and mini-tennis, a games room with table tennis, a playroom for under-fives, and even a skittle alley
which must have been bought from a country pub.
There's also a Victorian skittle alley
with consent to convert to fitness studio, and potential to reconfigure the first floor to provide an additional bedroom/bathroom.
The OurPlace festival will also include a skate display, DJ set and traditional fairground games including a coconut shy and skittle alley
The more energetic danced the night away in the skittle alley
, with the yard's pupil assistant Harry Fry playing a blinder draped in his Denman banner, a novel disco attire unlikely to catch on.
Liz, 39, managed to knock down eight of the nine pins on the skittle alley