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The Top House was one of the stopping-off points on a pub crawl that Albert Tatlock indulged in on the eve of his wedding to Alice Pickins in September 1969. His party started off at the Rovers and as a heavily-hungover Albert related to daughter Beattie Pearson and Alice the next day they went on to the The Flying Horse, The Britannia, The Grapes, The Artisan, The Druid's Arms and The Top House before Albert was found singing If I Ruled the World slumped up against a lamppost in Burton Road.