Is Aunt Sally the same as Cheese Skittles? That's a great game; I don't know anywhere in Yorkshire that has a table.
When i was a kid, plenty of pubs and clubs had a skittles alley or mat.
Table skittles. 9 pins on a table a "cheese" about4 inches in dia and an inch thick is thrown from about 5 feet away.
Lots of rural pubs around Coventry have them and there are still leagues playing.
Another game still played in the Coventry clubs is bagatelle .
The table s about the size of a pool table but has an oval at one end. There are two pockets and 9 numbered cups. You have to nominate where the target ball will end up after being struck by the cue ball. I have seen a variation where there are obstacles in the shape of upturned mushrooms.
My local club also has a form of bowls played on a snooker table with a jack and biased cue balls.
There are a few pubs around with 9 pin long alleys too.
The pubs in Barrow used to have dart boards with no trebles. I also remember the pubs in Nottingham had dartboards but the oche was only about 4 feet from the board.