The Junction

Great community pub in Ashton-U-Lyne

Outside Pub

About Us

The Junction Inn is situated on Tuner Lane, a five-way road junction and a thirty second walk from Ashton-under-Lyne train station (you can see from the pub) and a two minute walk from Ashton town centre's market and bus station.

    A little more about us

    The Junction Inn was built around 1854 on what was then an area of Ashton called Charlestown. The area was made up of traditional "back to back" terraced houses and dotted with shops and many public houses. A tunnel still exists today under the Junction that used to connect to another pub across the street. The tunnel has a dip in the middle and it was probably used to roll barrels of ale from one pub to the other. The pub was bought by Robinson's off Schofield's Portland brewery in 1926.The back to back housing has long gone and the area has been redeveloped but we are still very much a community pub. We love our sport here and we have nine big screens to watch all the action, we've kept a traditional tap room with darts and pool. Entertainment is our passion and we source some of the best bands and tribute acts in the business. We even have a motor bike club who raise considerable money for charities and organise some great events and rides out.

    Contact Us

    The Junction
    55 Turner Lane
    OL6 8LP

    0161 822 0808

    Opening Times

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    We're open
    12:00 - 22:00

    Serving Food
    12:00 - 20:00

    A real ale pub in Lancashire

    A real ale pub in Lancashire

    We are looking forward welcoming anyone who appreciates proper ales to 55 Turner Lane to pull you a pint of what we do best … great Robinsons beers. The customers and staff at Junction are a friendly bunch, enjoying life in a classic Lancashire pub, where you too can enjoy a well-kept pint.

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