Bull's Head33 Church Street
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The Bull’s Head is still a rambling 17th Century pub, converted from a row of ancient cottages. There are a good variety of rooms within, pool room, comfortable bar area and a couple of cosy snugs. At the rear is a modern function room and one of the few remaining crown greens. The Warrington Singers Club, founded in the late 1960’s, meet here every Sunday night from 8.30pm, with a chance to sing or play supplemented by special guest every few weeks. Identified by CAMRA as having a regionally important historic pub interior. Under temporary management July 2020.