(Including LYDIATE)

Alt Park Hotel
John Smith's / Foster's, Stella Six handpumps on the bar but none were in use when I visited. Nicely decorated in standard sizzling pub style, doing a good trade in food on a Saturday afternoon.
Last visited 2010.
Northway / Dover Road
Bar du Fay "Duffey" Marston's / 1664, Foster's An agreeably decorated wine bar - stone floor, wooden tables and bar front - where no-one was drinking wine, although they do have quite a range of bottles on sale. A tapas menu was on offer but the customers were too busy nipping to the bookie's next door to order any.
Strangely, there's a "wheeltappers and shunters" bell mounted on the wall.
Last visited 2010.
Liverpool Road South / Hall Lane
Cask Cafe Opened in 2018, this is a cafe during the day and a micro-pub later.
Not visited.
Liverpool Road South / The Crescent
Coach & Horses John Smith's / 1664, Carling, Foster's Formerly two-sided but now knocked through, and there's a dance floor at the back. Plainly decorated and perhaps a little threadbare in places.
It's unusual nowadays to see a bookie's in a pub car park but it works here, with a number of customers shuttling in and out to place bets before watching the race on the pub's TVs.
Last visited 2010.
Liverpool Road North / Gordon Avenue
Great Mogul
Hand pumpTetley, Tetley / Carling, Carlsberg Very nice old-style traditional decor in this large free-standing pub partially knocked through into one room but retaining some partitions. They serve a fine pint of Cask Tetley. Food. There's a pleasant beer garden, but there were too many wasps when I visited!
Last visited 2012.
Station Road, by Maghull Station
Hare & Hounds
Hand pumpguests A large pub nicely done inside and out, in the standard Ember Inns style. There's a pleasant beer yard behind.
Last visited 2012.
Liverpool Road North / Westway
Maghull Football and Cricket Club
Not visited.
Hall Lane / Tommy Gent Way
Boddingtons, Flowers Modern decor in this very large youth-oriented pub knocked through into one room. No smoking throughout. Beer yard.
Last visited 2004.
Liverpool Road South / Ormonde Avenue
Milly's Wine Bar
Not visited.
Liverpool Road South / Damfield Lane
Red House
Hand pumpTetley, Tetley / 1664, Carling, Foster's A very nice traditionally decorated lounge and bar in this classic 50s Walkers house. Seems totally unchanged between my 2004 and 2012 visits.
Last visited 2012.
Foxhouse Lane / Hillcrest
Running Horses Hand pumpTetley, Hand pumpWalker, Tetley / 4X, Carlsberg Nicely decorated multi-roomed pub with two bars. A large yard and garden with a kids playground. Food.
Last visited 1998.
25 Bells Lane, Lydiate, by the Leeds & Liverpool Canal
Scotch Piper
Hand pumpBlack Sheep, Hand pumpJennings Cumberland / Carling, Grolsch Reputedly the oldest pub In Lancashire, dating back to 1320. A thatched building with three drinking areas all served from a minuscule counter in the corner. Two rooms have concrete floor and ancient rustic wooden benches, the third is more comfortable. Everywhere has low wooden beams, perhaps slightly marred by the sixties-style lampshades.
When I visited on a Saturday lunchtime I was the only customer.
Grade II listed building.
Last visited 2010.
Southport Road / Station Road, Lydiate
Weld Blundell John Smith's / Foster's One large room knocked through but still partially separated, nicely decorated and comfortable. Lots of TVs for live sport.
Last visited 2010.
Liverpool Road North / Moss Lane
Wetherspoon's Frank Hornby (Everest)
Hand pumpTetley, John Smith's, Tetley / Budweiser (US), Foster's My notes on the Everest:
A pleasant two-sided 50s house, nicely looked after. Someone once told me this used to be Sir Edmund Hillary's local, but I think he may have been winding me up. (Thanks, Ernie.)

Wetherspoon's took over in 2012 with a substantial refurbishment with modern decor with a Meccano theme.
Last visited 2012.
Eastway / Tensing Road