The Bradley Arms


The Bradley Arms was first built in the 1790's by a group of farmers and is the oldest continuous licenced pub in Featherstone. Many of the original features are still present including the original fire place, front entrance, cellar and sash windows. The Bradley Arms was the venue for a workers uprising when MP Cunningham Graham held meetings here to fight for workers pay and conditions and eventually led to the deaths of 2 miners who were shot by the Royal Staffordshire Regiment after picketing at Ackton Hall Colliery, the graves can be seen at North Featherston cemetary.



The layout of the pub consists of tap room, lounge, snug (bikers corner).

Outside there is a front terrace and seating area, large decked smoking shelter with seating and a heater for the cold winter months. We have an large ample carpark for up to 20-30 cars.


There is a large spacious lawned beer garden with childrens play area. (please note, children must be supervised at all times).