Dysarts ArmsHuddersfield Road
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In 1914 Thomas Schofield’s Brewery of Ashton-under-Lye bought The Dysarts from the licensee, Sarah Hollingworth. The pub passed to Robinson’s in 1926 when they in turn took over Schofield's. Under the former’s tenure the pub lost its second floor and gained the current Bavarian-style roof. Today the pub has a comfortable & spacious bar area, a cosy lounge (real fire in winter) and a tiny snug. Outside a partially covered patio may be used for drinking and smoking. Good value food is served. Worth noting that the nearest railway station is Greenfield rather than Mossley.