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Pollards Inn, Willaston – A Local Inn That Welcomes Everyone

Pollards Inn is a charming sandstone-built pub and restaurant, set in its own gardens in the middle of Willaston Village on the Wirral/Cheshire border. Farm buildings, converted in 1983 by Jack Pollard, whose family had managed the farm for over a hundred years saw the creation of this popular pub, restaurant and private function venue. […]

Pollards Inn, Willaston – A Little History

The settlement in Wirral called Willaston, dates back to at least the Anglo Saxon period and the discovery of stone implements in the area suggests that there were inhabitants during the Neolithic age some 2000 years BC. Roman remains have been found in the village and kerb stones similar to the ones used on the […]