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Whalley is a large village and civil parish in the Ribble Valley on the banks of the River Calder in Lancashire, England. It was severely damaged by flooding in the end of 2015, and its restoration continues. It is overlooked by Whalley Nab, a large wooded hill over the river from the village. The population of the civil parish was 2,645 at the census of 2001, and increased to 3,629 at the census of 2011.
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Fab place and very knowledgeable staff
Great place to meet. Lovely atmosphere. Good knowledge of products. Thumbs up for Tom ex BA hostie.
Best off licence around they have everything need to check out the range pleasant and friendly staff
Great range of wines, spirits and more. Great advice from the staff and regular tasting events.
very good selection of wine and beer and soft drinks for the kids but i would recommend get two flavours of fish and chips crisp though except from that everything else is perfect :)
The place to go if you want to be surrounded by pompous people talking loudly about how much money they have and how big their mortgage is. Drinks were expensive, horrible place.
I love this concept of wine shop/bar type of establishment! I tend to try a few glasses of wine while browsing for a bottle to take home. The staff are nice and friendly and are very helpful when it comes to advising what wines to try. It’s also great in the summer sat outside watching the world go by, quaffing wine and getting thoroughly tipsy!