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Pub issues brilliant 'beer garden rules' as hottest week of the year approaches

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A popular pub has been praised for its 'brilliant' set of beer garden rules as we head into the hottest weekend of the year.

The Oxford pub in Rochdale has created an entire billboard of beer garden etiquette that has gone viral after they shared it on Facebook.

The 'beer garden rules' board is set up in the garden at the back of the pub as well as a banner reading: "Stay classy Rochdale." The rules include: "Do us all a favour and keep your top on." Another reads: "You might as well bring your glasses in if you're going." "We've got nice neighbours so don't swear loads," another instruction says. Join our new WhatsApp community Manc Life by clicking this link: This is where the Manchester Evening News connects you to our favourite content about eating, drinking and having fun all across Greater Manchester and beyond! You can leave at any time, and find out more here. The post has swiftly racked up the likes and shares - and the pub's owners have been praised for their hilarious responses to comments on the post too.

The family-run pub is known for its big beer garden with lovely views and was voted Greater Manchester's best beer garden by Manchester Evening News readers only last month.

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