Cleddans is found on Kilbowie Road up the hill from Yoker train station in the historical town of Clydebank. Clydebank is famous for its shipyards, which a few of the local bars are named after. However, Cleddans seems to have got its name from a local burn that flows nearby. As well as the burn, there was a Roman fort discovered not too far away from Clydebank at the Antonine Wall during the ’70s. For Roman era enthusiasts, the Antonine Wall was the final frontier for the Romans as they were, as us Scots like to point out, unable to conquer any more of Scotland.
Back to Cleddans, it is a nice little bar to enjoy a pint having spent the day shopping or working in the local business park. I like coming in here on a Saturday night just after 6pm when it is at its quietest prior to the 8pm onslaught of punters for the evening bevy sesh.