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This is one of the most iconic buildings in Salford, easy to find and just on the end of a street with the same name as the countries longest running Soap. In true soapland spirit..a couple were having a right barnie on the doorstep. I...More
This is a working club, the fact it gets its fair share of tourists is testament to the number of individuals who have gone through its doors and have gone on to be famous in their own right often reminiscing in later life about their...More
Travelled from Manchester Piccadilly via bus to find this place .As a long time smith fan I had the iconic image of the lads club shot on my bedroom wall .
Easy to find using the number 33 bus we ventured in on Saturday lunchtime...More
If only every business and institution was run with the energy and enthusiasm displayed by Leslie Holmes and all those we encountered on our recent visit. Expecting to find an abandoned building which provided the setting for the Smith's iconic Queen Is Dead gate-fold photo,...More
Visited start of April after wanting to visit for ages and was invited in after taking photos out front. Really lovely way to spend a Saturday morning. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming and was fascinating to find out more about the club.
I was visiting a guitar shop nearby with my son and we thought we’d cross the main road for a photo outside the door.
We were only planning a quick photo, then a lovely lady invited us inside and we received a generous welcome from...More
6 of us visited Easter sat. So glad to find it open. After the photos outside we were invited inside to be greeted by Archie Swift MBE. This true gent and all the other volunteers here really made our visit special. Archie was so proud...More
What a wonderful hour we spent at Salford’s Lads Club, all the volunteers were lovely and so rightly proud of there Club, an inspiring piece of Salford history that you must visit and support. Special thanks to Chris for showing us all around. Lawrence, Lisa...More