William Jessop65-69 Whitby Road
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Large, open plan, town centre bar featuring central raised tables and stools with partitioned banquette seating around the perimeter. If you manage not to be distracted by the so many TV screens that they demand a collective noun, there are some interesting framed local prints on the walls. Excellent spacious well-lit darts facilities and rear outdoor smoking area. Alternating coloured LED strip lighting lures you to the bar where you'll find national cask ales typically from Marstons.
Formerly this was the Thomas Telford until being sold off to Amber Taverns. It's named after Telford's colleague and co-civil engineer who worked on the construction of the Ellesmere canal.