The Wheatsheaf Inn, Raby, Wirral

Wirral Triumph Owners MCC meet at  the Wheatsheaf Raby on the Wirral once a month for our club meeting, chat and a few drinks. one meeting a month meeting on the 4th Monday will be at the Wheatsheaf in Raby Wirral Get Directions

Snug pub in converted oak-beamed cattle barn, serving local ales as well as classic and modern fare.

The Wheatsheaf Inn is probably the oldest public house in Wirral. Distinctive because of its thatched roof and black and white construction . Inside it offers old’e world charm with its Inglenook fire places and general décor. It specialises in real ale offering a choice of at least 10.

Set in a rural location and offering award winning real ales and excellent locally produced seasonal food. See our website for sample menus and prices.
Food is available as follows:
12.00 – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday inclusive
Evening Menu
4.00 – 9.00- 9:30pm Monday to Saturday inclusive

Sunday lunch:
12.00 – 3.00pm

Caldy Rugby Club Wirral

Wirral Triumph MCC HAVE one club meeting a month on the 2nd Monday of month at The Caldy Rugby Club

About Caldy Sports Club

Sir Alfred Paton donated the grounds, now known as Paton Fields, to the National Trust in 1926 with the proviso that the land is to be used for the benefit of the youth of the area and  that one pitch be used in perpetuity for the playing of rugby.

Caldy Sports Club manages the grounds and clubhouse at Paton Field to provide the sports sections and their visitors with facilities and grounds to match their needs, leaving the sections free to focus on their sport.

Caldy Sports Club is responsible for the maintenance, management & development of the facilities at Paton Field to ensure they are safe for all members, visitors and other users. The Sports club is also responsible for ensuring a sound platform for the future and for providing effective legal and financial management.

Visit the site here:

Caldy Sports Club Website