built in the Mid 1700s at the Crossroads of Two Old Coaching Routes, the Blue Bell Inn is Purportedly Named After a Local Privateer’s Boat the Blue Bell. Legend Has It That He Was Later Caught and Hanged for His Piracy and is Thought to Be Buried a Few Hundred Yards Away in the Cemetery Next to Halkyn Castle
we’ve Had Hundreds of Different Cask Ales to Date and Our Own Local Welsh Brewed Blue Bell Bitter is Always on Along with Other Regularly Changing Real Ales, Ciders and Perrys - We Even Make Our Own Rosie's Blue Bell Cider. You Will Find Us in the Good Pub, Cider and Beer Guides and We Have a Cask Marque for Quality, in Fact We Are One of the Highest Scoring Cask Marque Pubs in the Uk with a Maximum 100% Score. We Also Have a Good Selection of Great Wines from Around the World, a Large Range of Soft Dinks and Fairtrade Tea’s, Coffee’s and Hot Chocolate.<br>our Food is a Mixture of Locally Sourced, Home-made and Traditional Meals Ranging from Lighter Bites to Those That Challenge the Hungry.
Buckley Running Club Has Runners of All Standards if You’re a Fast Runner Looking for Some Help with Your Speed Sessions We Can Help, if You’re a Slower Runner Looking for Speed Sessions We Can Help, if You’re a Slower Runner Looking for Company and a Chat on the Way Round We Can Do That No Problem. Over the Last Few Years Buckley Running Club Has Gone from Strength to Strength a Lot of This is Down to the Fact That We Have the Excellent Coaching Skills of Les. We Also Have an Excellent Social Secretary Who Makes Sure That There Are Always Plenty of Social Events Lined Up. We Like to Include Runner’s Families and Friends As Much As Possible for Example We Have a Big Camping Weekend when We All Do Race the Train Down in Tywyn. We Have Done This for a Few Years and It is a Great Weekend. So if There is Anyone Who is Thinking of Joining a Running Club Please Feel Free to Come Along on a Tuesday or Thursday for 7pm There Are a Lot of Nice People at Buckley and I’m Sure You Won’t Regret It.