WTF Children in Pubs in Somerset West

Kid in Somerset West's Pubs!

What Are We Doing?
Call me old fashioned or what ever! But I have noticed lately that there are many kids hanging out in pubs! Especially the Old Bridge Tavern who even has a very small play area outside! What message are we giving our children when they are surrounded by drunks and watching their Moms and Dads drinking? I wonder if this is legal? I noticed a sign at the Old Bridge Tavern in Somerset West, that says: "Under 18 needs to be accompanied by an adult"! Other pubs have signs up no under 18 years allowed but when you walk in you find children playing pool while Moms and Dads puff and drink away! Could someone give us some light on the topic?


  1. Jewel Eksteen20/12/12

    No this should not be aloud to be happening,surely when the owners applied for their licence to operate as a pub the law inforced rules.Months later these rules are not abide to,close down pubs as they are the reason for the ill mannered youth today,money is the root of all evil,it seems like the pub owners will use the kids to make money these days.

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  4. Well, I think that is okay as long as they are with their parents and it depends on the pub too. Parents deserve a great holiday too, and if they take their kids with them, it wouldn't be such a big deal. Those things often happen in Holiday Rentals Somerset near Pubs.

  5. Anonymous10/1/13

    Interestingly enough, Parents who leave their children with Babysitters, friends etc seem to get the same *fingerwaggingbadparentabuse* - so which is it? Do parents enjoy a drink out, in an environment where "pubs" are now making provision for children? Or do they dump them with other people? I don't condole this to be happening every night - but on the odd ocassion, I would not disagree. And yes, the Old Bridge is in fact a restaurant with a lovely outside section suitable for young and old.


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