Salford Lads Club


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Featured on the cover of the Smiths' The Queen is Dead album, this registered charity, established in 1903, still fulfils its original function as a sports club and community centre, although it's now open to both boys and girls. The spot is a magnet for Smiths devotees, and the surrounding streets host regular pilgrimages of often rather worried-looking foreign fans.

Inside, the club has a specific room devoted to the band, where you'll find all sorts of memorabilia, as well as a collection of images that fans have sent in of themselves in the classic cover pose. If you would like to visit the room, email to arrange an appointment.

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Salford Lads Club details

St Ignatius Walk,
M5 3RX

Area Salford

Transport Bus 33, or Deansgate rail

Telephone 161 872 3767

Salford Lads Club website

Open by appt

Admission free

Salford Lads Club map

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