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Review by steve killingbeck on 22nd March, 2013

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Way back in the scum corner days, even saw Jake Thackery there. Peewee must have banned me half a dozen times. Great memories of the old original bar.

Date visited: from the beginning

Review by Biker girl on 9th April, 2010

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Hi,we always had a great time at The Swan.Load of good music,great people,and will miss everyone when we move.

Date visited: last year

Review by old friend on 2nd February, 2008

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The White Swan is somewhere that never leaves your heart, no matter how old you get. I moved out of trowbridge years ago but still have dreams of Pee wee's bar and his family, I love them all and always will. I miss them and the times I have enjoyed there. Trowbridge as a town is rubbish but any bar that Pee Wee owns will always feel like home.Good work P and send my forever love to K.

Date visited: years ago

Review by Chris Blezard on 6th March, 2007

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This appears to be a rare oppurtunity, to say that The White Swan, is the best place to meet strangers who become friends and meet up with old friends. PeeWee (Alan Hunt) used to run an awesome pub in what is now Dominoe's Pizza .... and has applied the same laid back, welcoming atmosphere, to The White Swan. Great wooden benches & chairs, no carpet or velour seats ! Amazing live bands and wonderful bar staff.

Date visited: 1983 -2007

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