The Briton's Protection

A historic, grade II listed pub dating from
around 1806.  The pub's name recalls its use
as an army recruiting venue.  A set of
murals inside the pub commemorates the
Peterloo Massacre.  The largely intact 1930s
interior has six public rooms and the
original 1930s urinals.  The pub was voted
'Best Pub in Manchester' in the Pride of
Manchester Awards in both 2008-2009
and 2009-2010 and is on the Campaign
for Real Ale's National Inventory
of Historic Pub Interiors.

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