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Cheshire Cheese

29 Main Street
Frodsham
WA6 7AZ

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Premises Status

This pub is permanently closed.

About the Pub

A busy locals pub on the edge of the town with a strong live music presence. Two rooms are served from a central bar which has three handpumps. This is a traditional 'real pub' with an emphasis on drinking and socialising, and which does not serve food. No Real Ale.

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Cheshire Cheese, Frodsham

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Cheshire Cheese

29 Main Street
Frodsham
WA6 7AZ

Sat Nav Reference

53.293759, -2.731062

OS Reference

SJ5136877671

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