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The Coppermill Tavern, Walthamstow - pub details

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Address: 205, Coppermill Lane, London, E17 7HF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1542) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Black Horse Road (0.5 miles), Blackhorse Road (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations St James Street (0.4 miles), Blackhorse Road (0.5 miles), Walthamstow Queens Road (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 28 users)
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user reviews of the Coppermill Tavern, Walthamstow

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Nice traditional local with a warm welcome and good beer. The pub seems very much part of the local community and is something of a classic of its kind. Why can’t there be more locals like this?
strangetorpor - 22 Jan 2018 18:27
Popped in this avvie after frustrated attempt to get to some free music thing in a park in the stow apparently.

Sat outside on the benches, enjoyed the company and the atmosphere and the locals, very tidy little boozer, Doom Bar might have done with changing but otherwise, can't complain at all. We'll definitely be back now I've discovered what a nice little cycleway exists and with such a good pub en route between Hackney and Waltham Forest.
Paulie_Tandoori - 18 Jul 2015 20:55
Went to the Coppermill fearing the worst after reading the reviews. I was with my wife and daughter, both Asian. Got a friendly welcome from the barman and customers. There were also two black guys drinking there. Seemed like a decent pub, and the beer was OK. No food at present, but there are plans to introduce it. You can get drunken twats in any pub, but there were none in the Coppermill when we visited.
cockfosterslad - 8 Dec 2014 19:36
The Coppermill isn't racist? really? really! go on, its Friday night and have a look around. How many black or Asian faces can you see? how many shaven headed white people can you see?
I'm sure you are the kind of white person who would be horrified by the accusation that you personally are racist, but when black people like me avoid your pub because we don't appreciate the looks and comments we get from the locals then you really need to assess your attitude.
When white friends tell me that the Coppermill is "nudge nudge, wink wink" recommended as the walthamstow place for them, and you want that special feeling black people got in pubs in the '70's, the Coppermill is the place for you.
dannye17 - 16 May 2014 21:40
Great little pub!!!!! The real ales are fantastic and well kept!! The place is a lively little gem of a pub with "Knick Knacks" all around the pub! Even some historic photo's of Walthamstow gone by!!

We went along on a Sunday afternoon and watched some footy with the locals and stayed til the evening! We were about to go when this guy asked us if we wanted to join the pub quiz! It later transpired that he was a local who volunteers to compare every Sunday!! This guy called Brian is an absolute treasure!! He has aligned the quiz with his own humour and had everyone in stitches!!....He definitely has a talent for laughter and should be on TV. On top of all this there is a prize of £50 for the winning team which unfortunately wasn't us......Oh and it's free!!!!!!!!!.............Thank God for The Coppermill!! A jewel of a pub!! Try it out for yourselves!!
BusterNut66 - 27 Mar 2014 13:40

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