This well-known public house is at one of Liverpool’s busiest roundabouts, built in c1931, where Childwall (pronounced ‘chilled wall’) meets the neighbouring suburb of Wavertree. The Childwall Fiveways Hotel had been a local landmark for more than 50 years. A newspaper cutting from the local Evening Express, dated 12 December 1956, is entitled ‘MP pulls first pint at new pub’. The Childwall Fiveways Hotel takes its name from the five exits leading off the roundabout.
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