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Spotlight on Lees Going 'OUT OUT' in...... LEES VILLAGE


Made famous by comedian Micky Flanagan, the term 'Going Out Out' may not have been used around Lees village by many for a while now. Although it has always brimmed with a number of places to eat and drink, the clientele in some of the establishments may, at one time, put a number of people off enjoying a night out there.


However despite of its chequered past, a new dawn has risen on the village, which is once again enjoying a new lease of life, thanks to the bar and restaurant owners who have come together to put Lees well and truly back on the map.


So if you fancy a change from the hustle and bustle of


Uppermill or Oldham, then lets have a look at what you'll find nestled inbetween..... With an


extensive menu containing food from


Lees Spice Lounge


Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and the districts of 'Punjab', the Lees Spice Lounge is a


A REMARKABLE NEW DINING EXPERIENCE IN THE HEART OF LEES


Happy 2017 to all our customers


Party & Function Room Available.


VALENTINES & MOTHER'S DAY BOOKINGS NOW BEING TAKEN


EVERY WEDNESDAY... INDIAN TAPAS NIGHT... ONLY £11.95 per person (Booking advisable)


FREE DELIVERY AVAILABLE (On orders over £12 within a 3 mile radius. 10% discount on collection)


TEL: 0161 620 8922 / 0161 628 6090 73 High Street . Lees . Oldham . OL4 3BN


www.leespicelounge.co.uk


LEES TANDOORI Oldham’s Oldest Indian Takeaway Established 1987 Tel: 0161 627 0371


54 High Street . Lees . Oldham . OL4 5AA WE ACCEPT ALL MAJOR DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS


around SADDLEWORTH 20 www.aroundsaddleworth.co.uk Lees Spice Lounge


Lees Spice Lounge


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