Whilst life seem to be getting back to normal the after effects of a worldwide pandemic are still causing huge issues for many businesses from supply chain issues, skyrocketing prices, beer shortages to staffing problems, all of which are having a devastating effect on our industry in particular
We have therefore had to reassess and think about how we move forward in the next few weeks and we have taken the difficult decision that from the week commencing 13th September we will only be opening from Thursday to Sunday (throughout September and October)
Like many other bars, pubs and restaurants we are very short-staffed at the moment and the staff we have are working incredibly hard and 3 days off every week will give them time to recharge their batteries and come back energised ready to give the full ‘Waggon Experience’
We would like to thank each and every one of you who have visited us since we reopened, we have been humbled by your support, we couldn’t have got through it without you
If you have any queries please feel free to email us
We hope to see you all soon
ONLINE BOOKING AVAILABLE FOR DINING AND DRINKS TABLES
Please note card details will be required for all bookings Friday - Sunday. If card details are not receievd then we reserve the right to cancel your booking and we cannot guaranatee the same time will be available should you wish to reinstate your booking
If you wish to book a table larger than 6 then please just email our booking team at email@example.com
Welcome to The Waggon Inn
A delightful 19th Century coaching inn with a comfortable lounge, bar and dining area. The underwent a huge refurbishment in 2014 bringing the building back to life. Local produce and a lovely setting are the hallmarks of The Waggon Inn.
A little history
The Waggon Inn was established in 1882 by Joseph Bradbury and has a long tradition of providing hospitality and accommodation to local residents and visitors to Uppermill. In “Saddleworth Pubs and their licencees 1674-1998”, Rob Magee notes that about 1882 Joseph Bradbury a Stone Merchant became beer retailer at the Waggon Inn, High Street, Uppermill. By 1887 Joseph’s widow Mary was licensee and owner. When Mary died in 1900 her son Frank took over as licensee and stayed on until 1925, when the family sold the Waggon to Robinson’s Brewery, Stockport.
Food Allergies and intolerances
Before ordering drinks or food, please speak with a member of our staff about your requirements. Whilst we take care to preserve the integrity of our vegetarian products, we must advise that these products are handled in a multi-ingredient kitchen environment. Some fish may contain small bones. Although we try, we cannot guarantee all our products are GM-free. All dishes prepared in an environment that may not be free from nuts, seeds, gluten or lactose, therefore all dishes may contain traces of these and other allergens. Our staff will happily supply information regarding the cooking methods and dish ingredients so that you can make an informed decision as to the suitability of a specific dish.