Whiston's Pubs

Like many towns and villages sport in Whiston has mainly concentrated upon team games, especially football and cricket; and the love of these games continues among young and old Whistonians to this very day.

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The Sitwell Arms Since 1822 200 years old

The Chequers Old Building and new (1935)

The Hind last 1930s - East Bawtry Road (Castle Lane)

Working Men's Club Pleasley Road ? - 2005 Since knocked down and a three-storey apartment block constructed on the site, as can be seen in these images...

Other public houses have featured in the area (and still do) They may be on the outskirts Whiston today, but were once part of the area when the Ecclesiastical Parish of Whiston was much larger than it is now:

The Stag Wickersley Road, Stag Roundabout Insert 1905 picture of 'The Stag' here - pre roundabout. Housing development and the subsequent construction of the lengthy Herringthorpe Valley Road saw Wickersley Road, immediately in front of the pub building redeveloped from a continuous straight road into an elongated roundabout; with a parade of shops and business built on either side; a configuration that this area is still in to this day.

The Brecks On the eastern edge of the old Whiston Parish is the Brecks Junction, the name given to a large, prominent pub a chain pub with a budget hotel constructed next door.

The Homestead At the far end of Broom Lane, at its junction with Wickersley Road The Homestead an important Inn staging post on a triangular plot of land within a prominent position. views over Herringthorpe Playing Fields and Rotherham Hospice

The Limes Close to the Homestead, opposite side of Broom Lane The Limes Now a three storey apartment complex of the same name.