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  • The Bow and ARROW, WITH IT`S AUTHENTIC WISHIN` WELL IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BOOZER, ALWAYS `ANDY TO DIVE INTO WHEN THE WILLIS` CAME A CALLIN` WIV THE SHOOTER. THE YEW TREE AROUND THE CORNER, AND ACKERS HALL AVEUE WIV ITS LEAFY PARKS AND GARDENS ALWAYS THERAPUTIC WHEN `BUILDING UP`.THE `PRINNY` DAISEY AND THE QUIET MAN, THATS WHERE YOU HAD TO GO FOR YOUR `INTERVIEW TO WORK ON THE TARMAC. THE TRAMWAYS AT DOVEY, ALWAYS OK FOR AN AFTERNOON BEV WHEN YOU CUDN`T GET INTO THE GOLF CLUB AT BOWERIN` PARK.THE BOUNDARY IN PILCH LANE, AND THE DISCO ON SUNDAY NIGHTS,GEOFF PARR WAS A LEGEND
  • The Bluey, The Rose and Crown, The Queens, The Hilly, The Longy Labour. The stanley is for blirts who have gel in their hair.
  • The Wheatsheath is a newly developed pub in the centre of huyton. It is very smart and relaxed inside and has a separate bar to the main pub/eating area with TV's for the football. Every match is shown without fail.
  • The New and Improved Wheatshef
  • all going downhill
  • Yeh i dont know what your chattin on about by sayin "Again, NO pub has ever served a minor, M'lud! Some, however, might attract a FRESH FACED crowd! Yeh i dont know what your chattin on about by sayin" but theres loads of pubs in Huyton
  • The crofters
  • The legend of the eagle and child is that a aby was taken by an eagle and subsequently found by some minor nobility related to the Stanleys. ( earls of derby) and adopted to ecome heir to the estate thye held in Aughton. The Eagle was a angerous pub, eventually closed and demolished by a brewery desperate to get rid of problem. Some great foorball teams though
  • The Alleys is a great pub and very cheap what more can i say.
  • Just a quick mention pubs to drink in and an up an coming one relaxing friendly great atmosphere is St Aidens on Bakeys tuts
  • The Stanley, The Crofters, The Queens, The Rose and The Seel... one of them has a stripper on every now and again and all of them are pretty shady places
  • Crofters pub is a good meeting place, The Stanley attracts boring clientele but is good for watching the footie but for god sake don't be tempted to try out the scoff. The Bluebell now extinct was great many moons ago, when they knocked down the Eagle all the meffs moved in and ruined it.
  • recommend stanley arms and the queens
  • The Stanley Arms opposite Huyton Leisure is much better now, it used to be boring, but there is now a DJ on every Thursday and Sunday night, he is really good if you like dance music. Get down there for a laugh!!!!!
  • well, there are a few pubs here. And what's this about not serving to minors eh? What a load of crap. I've seen 11 year olds being served with absinthe!
  • Loads of pubs in Huyton. From some of the more up market by Archway Road roundabout. To some of the more famous eg The Hillside. Time seems to go slowly in some of our older pubs. Some pubs are very usefull for makeing contact with people selling a varety of merchandise. Some of the newer pubs (bearing in mind that The Blue Bell and The Rose and Crown are hundreds of years old) have gained a reputation for being lively. Particularly those in "Cannable Farm" or Stockbridge Village as it is more properly know.
  • stanley/edenhurst/lesiure/bowring park /gardeners arms
  • The Bluebell my god they have even closed that one. plenty of pubs still the Stanley is still boring and I hate the Crofters, the Queens is good for a laugh on fridays there is always some sort of Doo going on, and is great on the last work day every Christmas, loads of snogging abounds everywhere! The Seel Arms is Still a bit strange, The bowring is a place they send you when you are ready to die, and need to be prepared. The Hillside now do good meals at reasonable prices, changed from the Ho, down Days, and the Farmers is still a boozers Pub
  • My father used to frequent the Eagle and Child back in the 40's. Did you know that there are two legends about this pub. First - says that a woman left her baby sleeping, while she went to work in the fields. She looked up suddenly and found her child had been siezed by an eagle. Second was a baby had been abandoned wrapped in a red shawl and was being guarded by an eagle. I wonder!

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Last updated: 2010-03-23

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