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Crown, Birkenhead - pub details

Address: 128 Conway Street, Birkenhead, Merseyside, CH41 6JE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13256) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Conway Park (0.3 miles), Green Lane (0.3 miles), Birkenhead Central (0.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 6 users)
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So sad to read this about this pub, i was born there in 1992. my father Stephen Taylor ran it for Boddingtons, and spent many happy days working there.
It was a beautiful place to spend time and the customers and staff all made the place work, such a shame to hear that its run down now. Have many happy memories of living there such as all the hours i spent helping my mum in the kitchen and polishing all the tables and floors.
Get Stephen Taylor back and he will turn it round, and bring it back to what it used to be :D He did it once before, and im sure he could do it again.

Im giving it 10/10 for when my father ran it.
bexxiboo92 - 1 Mar 2010 20:29
Sorry Happy! It would take more than keg mild to get me rushing back!
founddrunkinyourgarden - 8 Oct 2009 13:57
This is a large town centre pub very prominent on a main road. Inside there is a large bar with 11 hand pumps none of which were in operation. There is a large screen TV in one of the lounges & a karaoke machine which was not being used - thank goodness! There are some mirrors on the wall which are all broken or chipped. This place has certainly seen better days. The decor is faded & the gents was a complete mess. The window was smashed, the tiles missing & the hand dryer consisted of some bare wires hanging out of the wall! There was no soap & the water was cold. However having said all of this, I had a pint of Chestnut Mild which is the best Mild I have tasted in years. Completely bizarre to say but if they can serve beer this good, then I may just be back at some stage in the future.
happytyskie - 5 Jan 2009 15:40
Paid a first visit yesterday but definitely seems to be a place on the slide. About a dozen handpumps, none of which were in operation on a Saturday afternoon. Also seems shabby, despite some ornate fittings. Not too many punters and those who were there didn't seem to be the most salubrious. Hope it can pick up again soon.
Carlurmston - 22 Jun 2008 12:51
Sadly seems to be on the bones of its arse somewhat. Paid recent visits only to find that there was no real ales available and that only lager and Guinness were to be had on draught. Most of the Crown's customers seem to have voted with their feet as a result. If you're passing, pop in - if only to appreciate the splendour of the ornate bar, a reminder of better times. Fortunately, the Stork is not far away!
founddrunkinyourgarden - 23 May 2008 02:24

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