A PUB'S clever use of music has earned a nomination for a national music award.
The Bay Horse at Lindley has fought off tough competition from hundreds of other pubs across the UK to be nominated for a Performing Rights Society-sponsored Music Pub of the Year Award.
The Bay Horse won one of the awards last year and is once again in the running.
This year's ceremony will be taking place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on March 22.
Judges have commended The Bay Horse for their innovative use of music that has included live music, themed musical club nights and weekends featuring music from the 50s and 60s.
Stephen Pyke, landlord of the Bay Horse, described music as the life blood of the pub.
John Axon, executive director at PRS, praised The Bay Horse for being voted within the top six music bars in the UK this year.
He said: "Congratulations to The Bay Horse team. They are clearly making a huge impact with their music and have achieved great success as a result.
" We look forward to the big night and finding out who has won."