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 The Stumble Inn, Long Eaton, NG10 1BD:


Following the closure of The Tiger and general concerns about this pub's long-term future (which have since been born out), the club relocated 50 yards up the road to The Stumble Inn, run by The Tiger's former landlord, where we have been made very welcome - a roaring fire in cold weather and good beer!

If you stand with your back to what wasThe Tiger (now no longer a pub) and look towards the Town Centre you'll see the welcoming lights ...




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From North MI, Junction 25:   

  • From Roundabout (MI / A52) take small exit marked Long Eaton;
  • Follow signs towards Long Eaton / Town Centre; this will involve  turning right at the first roundabout, then left at the next roundabout and along the A6005 towards Town Centre;
  • At next roundabout (in town centre) turn right; follow this road around two bends and the Stumble Inn is on your left, just out of the town centre.

From South MI, Junction 24 (and Kegworth / East Midlands Airport, A50 / A6 south):  

  • From Junction 24 take A50 west towards Stoke on Trent;
  • Stay on left after traffic from M1 North joins on right and take next exit, signposted Long Eaton;
  • At roundabout, take last exit, B6540 signposted Long Eaton; this goes back under the MI and crosses the River Trent at Sawley; keep on this road to Long Eaton Station and at the mini-roundabout here carry straight across.
  • The road runs beside the canal for a while; after this turns away left, the road bends right; you will see The Tiger Inn on a corner to your right. The Stumble Inn is just ahead, also on the right, but best to turn right after The Tiger and park down here.

From Nottingham City Centre:

  • Take A6005 to Long Eaton town centre;
  • Turn left at second roundabout in town centre; follow this road around two bends and the Stumble Inn is on your left, just out of the town centre.


It's usually easy enough to park in one of the marked spaces further along the road, or in one of the turnings on that side of the road.


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