The Wynyard Pub, Billingham

The Wynyard viewed from Whitehouse Road. The road between the Church and The Wynyard is Clifton Drive and the car park and shopping parade was off that road as was the main entrance to the pub. The pub has since been renamed The Whitehouse.

Photograph and details courtesy of Bruce Coleman.

5 thoughts on “The Wynyard Pub, Billingham

  1. Why do pubs keep changing names?, what was wrong with the Wynyard, apart from the fact it is not in Wynyard. In Stockton, the Leeds Hotel was a good watering hole, and here in Redcar, we had the Stockton Arms (which changed to the Bookmakers). I was a regular in the Wynyard during the 1970’s, when Marrion and her family, ran the pub, and it was always well frequented, especially at weekends. I think they took over one of the pubs in Wolviston in the mid 1970’s, the “Wellie” I think, which was a good hike from Roseberry Road.


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