Housed in a large historic shoe factory, The Charles Bradlaugh opened its doors in 1997 and has since carved a niche for itself as one of the town's most distinctive bars.
The historical character Charles Bradlaugh, who the pub and kitchen is named after, was an athiest, Republican and social reformer who represented Northampton as its Liberal MP.
With a large outdoor area in a prime position just a short walk from Northampton's Abington Street; this is an ideal spot for those after-work drinks, social Saturday nights or sunny afternoons. A good drinks selection, tempting menu, free Wi-Fi and impressive events calendar ensure The Bradlaugh's continuing popularity.
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