The Cheshire Cheese is reputed to be the oldest licence premises in Wallasey. Although the current Victorian building only dates back to 1885, there has been a Pub
on the site since the early 1600's. It has been reported that King William stayed at (ye Olde) Cheshire Cheese the night before he sailed to Ireland prior to the Battle of the Boyne, but there are many other establishments on the Wirral claiming the same.
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Wasn't the Marine opposite Seacombe Ferry supposed to have been the oldest standing Pub
before it was demolished? Any info on it would be interesting.
Reason for edit: I forgot a bit!