Welcome to The Lord Nelson
Landlord Lee and his team welcome you to his warm and friendly Fullers pub in Brentford. Whether you’re just looking for great tasting real ale, a quick lunch, an excellent evening meal or some great company, you’re very welcome at The Lord Nelson. Do come and meet us and enjoy an afternoon or evening in our Victorian Pub More.... Find out more about us and what is going on in the pub on our Facebook page. Check out our reviews on Google.
On Saturday 8 June Richard will be singing at the Lord Nelson. He has starred in numerous productions, playing Frank Sinatra in a UK tour of The Rat Pack Party, and also Elwood in a long running production of The Blues Brothers.
Richard has enjoyed great success with own one man show playing to audiences all over the UK, and on the continent. His show features a wide range of musical styles including Soul favourites, Party classics and a wide range of songs from Legends like Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett and Dean Martin.
Check out Google calendar for the latest events and the planned showing of football games on our big High Definition TVs
We can host your function at the pub: we cater for christenings, confirmations, birthdays, coffee mornings, small wedding receptions — please see our functions page in our gallery — contact us to book your function with us.
We have a new play frame in the garden for the kids — they will love it.
There is an extensive entry in Wikipedia for the Lord Nelson: Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, 1st Duke of Bronté KB 29 September 1758 – 21 October 1805) was a British flag officer famous for his service in the Royal Navy, particularly during the Napoleonic Wars. He won several victories, including the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, during which he was killed....
Cape Trafalgar (36°11′N 6°2′W / 36.183°N 6.033°W / 36.183; -6.033) (Spanish: Cabo Trafalgar) is a headland in Province of Cádiz in the south-west of Spain. It lies on the seashore of the Atlantic Ocean, northwest of the Strait of Gibraltar. The name is of Arabic origin, with the modern pronunciation being a corruption of 'Tarf al-Gharb' (طرف الغرب) meaning 'Cape of Laurels'. The Battle of Trafalgar, an 1805 naval battle in which the Royal Navy destroyed Napoleon's combined Spanish and French fleet, took place off the cape.