Cannock (/ˈkænək/), as of the 2011 census, has a population of 29,018, and is the most populous of the three towns in the district of Cannock Chase in the central southern part of the county of Staffordshire in the West Midlands region of England.
Restaurants in Cannock
5 based on 90 reviews
Driving past the Commonwealth Graves Commission site you come to the German Military Cemetery. Open from 10 o'clock it is a peaceful and thought provoking part of Cannock Chase. We strolled around the beautifully kept grounds and rested for a while on one of its many benches. The most poignant place for me were the four caskets containing the remains of the crew of zeppelins shot down during World War I.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
I do think it important to pay your respects to the young men that gave their lives no matter what country they come from. Easy parking and well maintained Gardens with rows of graves to those who fell. Part of the Cannock Chase area of natural beauty.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Another great evening at The POW last night! The Shadows tribute performance was outstanding for its presentation and performance. Four guys [including a stand-in drummer who did very well to keep it all together] added a few lesser-known Shadows tunes such as Blue Star and...MoreMany thanks for your review, we are glad you enjoyed the show & thank you for your continued support, see you next time!
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Although called the Commonwealth War Cemetery, this plot contains 97 Commonwealth burials of World War I, most of them New Zealanders, and 286 German burials. There are also three World War II burials.
During WWI there were two army camps, a prisoner-of-war camp and a 1,000-bed military hospital on Cannock Chase, and this cemetery served all four of them. Poignantly, many of the young men buried here died, not from battle injuries, but from Spanish Flu, which ravaged the world at that time.
The grounds are preserved immaculately.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
A real ale pub in the heart of Cannock. Offering up to 8 real ales, 2 real ciders and 4 craft keg beers, along with a range of canned and bottled beers and ciders.
This a lovely old fashioned style public house. The real ales are stunning, as are the ciders. The staff arev also very friendly and helpfull.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Enjoy the history in the area by visiting the site of an ancient Mott and Bailey Castle. The site is now grown over but the setting is non the less beautiful.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Trampoline Park, with Toddler, Special Needs, Fitness and Dodgeball sessions. Open from 10.00 on school holidays.
We visited on an early Saturday morning for a birthday party. This is an ideal time as it is very quiet. The kids and a lot of the adult alike had a great time. I think an hour is an perfect time (especially for the adults)
Well worth a visit
4 based on 25 reviews
Brilliant service at reception - between us, we needed to alter membership details, search through lost property (found it!), and buy some swimwear. Really helpful young lady (Lucie perhaps?) dealt with us very kindly and professionally. Exceptional customer service - thank you very much
4 based on 47 reviews
We've popped here a few times recently. We have had food but mainly for drinks. A little while back (pre renovation so not sure if new owners) this pub was very clicky and we were not made feel welcome. However staff are lovely. Especially male...MoreHi Glad to read you enjoyed yourself, Look forward to see you again. Cheers The Hen House
4 based on 64 reviews
All The Fun & All The Sport Live. Great Food & Drink, Bar Sport is a successful Sports Bar & Grill concept located in Cannock. All the Sports shown live every day, whatever the time, on mulitple screens and giant screens, in a stylish sporting environment. Complete with an exceptional menu, prepared fresh by experienced chefs, in luxurious surroundings, with authentic international sporting memorabilia, Bar Sport is completely different to any other bar & restaurant you have experienced.
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